Two weeks after Election Day, Governor Rick Scott and other Republican members of the state’s canvassing board have certified Florida’s voting results.
After having a commanding lead all week, Mitt Romney routed Newt Gingrich in the Florida primary Tuesday night, taking a major step toward the Republican presidential nomination.
The results are in for the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Tests, and third graders across the state performed with similar results to last year. This is good, considering that the new test was more difficult.
Miami-Dade county commissioners are expected to file an emergency appeal Wednesday, according to the Department of Elections. Meanwhile, Ricardo Corona, an attorney and Spanish television personality spoke out Tuesday.
A Miami-Dade circuit court judge ruled late Monday to temporarily suppress the results for tomorrow’s District 7 race.
Shoppers crowded stores on Black Friday but spent just a little more than last year on the traditional start of the holiday shopping season, according to data released Saturday by a research firm. Retail spending rose a slight 0.3 percent, to $10.69 billion, compared with $10.66 billion on the day after Thanksgiving last year, according to ShopperTrak.