If former Governor Jeb Bush decides to make a presidential run he may do so in a somewhat unorthodox manner.
Poll numbers, set to be released Tuesday, may provide some insight into Florida, and other swing states’, presidential race.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush set off a fury this week that served as a reminder of how difficult immigration issues remain for his possible presidential ambitions and the Republican Party.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush has not announced whether or not he’s going to run for President, but the speculation grows and so do the joke.
The man who secretly recorded a Mitt Romney’s infamous “47 percent” speech at a fundraiser in Boca Raton during the former governor’s presidential campaign has finally revealed himself.
A new report looking at the massive problems that plagued voters in Miami-Dade County on Election Day laid some of the blame on the county’s election department.
In the hotly contested Florida District 18 congressional race, a partial recount Sunday in St. Lucie County gave incumbent Allen West a slight bump, but not enough to warrant a full recount or end threats of a lawsuit from his campaign.
Four days after the election, Florida has finally tallied up its votes. “It’s done. It’s finished,” voter Norma Cameron said. “Thank God.”
The counting of absentee ballots at Miami-Dade Elections headquarters has wrapped up. “I’m pleased to announce that Miami-Dade County is the first of the large counties to complete it’s tabulation process,” announced Miami-Dade Supervisor of Elections Penelope Townsley.
In 2000, Florida became the punch line of jokes everywhere after having problems with a one-page punch card ballot. This year, Florida’s ballot was as long as 12 pages in some parts of the state which spelled disaster.