About half of Florida voters disapprove of the way Governor Rick Scott and state lawmakers are handling their jobs.
Democrat Hillary Clinton holds slight edges over Republicans Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush in potential 2016 presidential battles in Florida, but voters are concerned about the honesty and trustworthiness of the former secretary of state, a new poll shows.
There is no clear Republican front-runner in the race for the GOP’s Presidential nomination, according to the newly-released Quinnipiac University national poll.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio is leading other candidates when it comes to support from Republican primary voters, according to a poll.
With voters pointing to concerns about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s honesty, former Gov. Jeb Bush and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio have gained ground on the Democrat in the presidential race in Florida, according to a poll released Tuesday.
Poll numbers, set to be released Tuesday, may provide some insight into Florida, and other swing states’, presidential race.
Longtime “60 Minutes” correspondent Bob Simon, who covered most major overseas conflicts and news stories since the late 1960s during a five-decade career in journalism, died in a car crash. He was 73.
Republican Gov. Rick Scott rallied supporters in November to grab a come-from-behind victory over Democratic challenger Charlie Crist in one of the nation’s fiercest gubernatorial races. But that doesn’t mean Scott is popular with voters.
Quinnipiac University will release poll results on Tuesday that will reveal who is leading in Florida and two other battleground states.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist was in Pembroke Pines Thursday to rally residents to early vote.