With debate and votes taking place around the state and polls showing a growing acceptance, the issue of same-sex marriage and domestic partner rights will likely be among a host of second tier issues that could determine which presidential candidate takes the state.
As U.S. Senator Bill Nelson continues to pull in more money for his general campaign, it’s looking more and more like his Republican opponent will likely be Representative Connie Mack IV.
If President Barack Obama wants to carry the swing state of Florida, he’s got quite a bit of work to do, according to a new poll from Quinnipiac University.
Florida is one of more than 30 states that has passed constitutional amendments banning same-sex marriage in the state. But, those opinions may slowly be starting to change in the Sunshine State.
Just a little less than three months ago, incumbent U.S. Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL) was in a neck and neck race with Republican challenger U.S. Congressman Connie Mack. But since the last poll released by Quinnipiac University, the race has widened quite a bit.
They may have elected him governor, but a new poll shows more voters don’t like the job Rick Scott is doing than those who approve of his performance.
Mitt Romney came into Florida needing a big rebound in the Sunshine State after getting drubbed in South Carolina; and based on the latest Quinnipiac University poll, he’s poised to win Florida easily.
With poll results showing each of them surging at different points of the week and with the enormous stakes of Tuesday’s Florida presidential primary, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney face different challenges as each takes the stage for Thursday night’s debate in Jacksonville.
President Barack Obama carried the state of Florida to help him win the presidency in 2008. Based on a new Quinnipiac University poll, Obama has quite a fight ahead of him if he wants to take Florida again.
Incumbent U.S. Senator Bill Nelson was not expecting a serious challenge in 2012. But new poll results from Quinnipiac University show Nelson will have a tough haul to re-election this year.