Senator Marco Rubio and Governor Rick Scott rode to office on the tea party wave in 2010, but Americans appear to be tiring of the ideological rigidity of the tea party. However, that doesn’t meant their power is waning in Congress.
Florida’s experiment with a law requiring all welfare recipients to be drug tested may have failed to pass constitutional muster, but the majority of the public likes applying the idea not just to welfare recipients, but also members of Congress!
In an effort to distance himself from the growing isolationist wing in his party, Republican Sen. Marco Rubio advocated “decisive” diplomacy and foreign aid, rather than military power, in a speech Wednesday at the conservative American Enterprise Institute in Washington.
She’s become the face of the Affordable Care Act’s botched roll out, but Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will return to the Sunshine State to talk about enrollment on healthcare.gov.
President Barack Obama will lay out his plan Thursday to deal with the growing concern of the several million Americans who have been informed their health care plan that don’t meet minimum standards will be canceled.
Hoping to throw a little political muscle behind the incumbent, former Governor Jeb Bush announced Tuesday that he was endorsing Rick Scott in the 2014 Florida gubernatorial race.
Alex Sink, former chief financial officer for Florida and 2010 gubernatorial candidate, has set her eyes on a larger role in politics in the U.S. Congress.
Florida Democrats called Gov. Rick Scott an embarrassment, an extremist and someone who has brought “darkness and despair” during a state party conference dinner in Lake Buena Vista.
We’ll know soon if Charlie Crist is going to throw is hat in the reing for next year’s governor’s race.
Florida Republicans have raised a lot more money toward the next election than Democrats so far according to new numbers released Thursday.