It’s coming down to the wire in the Florida gubernatorial race between Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic candidate Charlie Crist. Two new surveys have Crist marginally leading the incumbent governor.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush wants to be president.
Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is backtracking from comments she made comparing Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s record on women’s issues to a slap.
With a little more than two months to go before Election Day, a new poll reveals, Republican Gov. Rick Scott has a 5-point lead over his Democratic rival Charlie Crist.
With just about two months to go until the general election, the bitter and expensive race to be Florida’s next governor is kicking into gear.
Former President Bill Clinton plans to stump for Florida governor candidate Charlie Crist next week.
Former Governor Charlie Crist won the Democratic nomination Tuesday against Nan Rich to seek his old job against Governor Rick Scott in the November elections.
Incumbent senators easily won primary contests Tuesday, dominating races that never seriously threatened their bids for re-election.
The winner in Tuesday’s primary will face Republican Gov. Rick Scott, who has only minor primary opposition.
The Republican Party of Florida raised about $14.9 million in little less than five months, while the Florida Democratic Party collected $13.1 million, according to newly filed finance reports.