Elections Chief Says Florida Ready For A Big YearThe state's top elections official has expressed confidence that Florida will be ready for the 2016 elections, starting with the March 15 presidential primary and going through the November general election.
State Launches Effort To Honor WWII VetsWith the nation marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, the Florida Department of State has launched a campaign called "Victory Florida" aimed at highlighting the accomplishments of Florida veterans.
Report: Jeb Bush Used Private Email While Fla. Gov. To Discuss Military IssuesJeb Bush reportedly used his private email account when he served as Florida governor to discuss security and military issues.
Detzner Re-Appointed As Florida's Secretary Of StateGov. Rick Scott has reappointed Secretary of State Ken Detzner, who serves as Florida's chief elections officer.
Hillary Clinton In South Florida Thursday For Book Signing Possible candidate for President and former First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton will be in South Florida for a book signing Thursday, October 2.
Hillary Rodham Clinton To Visit South Florida For Book Signing Possible candidate for President and former First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton will be in South Florida for a book signing October 2, 2014.
Gov. Rick Scott To Release Financial DocumentsFlorida Gov. Rick Scott has promised to release tax returns and financial details that are required by the courts.
Clinton & Bush Promote Higher Education Hillary Rodham Clinton and Jeb Bush are promoting higher education while in Texas.
Two First Ladies Visiting South Florida This WeekIt’s not quite the president, but a pair of First Ladies will be in South Florida this week making speeches and announcing new initiatives.
Hillary Clinton To Give February Speech At UMFormer Secretary of State, First Lady, and Senator Hillary Clinton is coming to the University of Miami next month to give a speech at the Bank United Center.
Herald Calls For Congressional Investigation Into Levinson DisappearanceSecretary of State John Kerry says the U.S. is still looking for evidence that Coral Springs native Robert Levinson is still alive.
Florida's New Absentee Ballot Directive Gets Pushback A statewide directive dealing with absentee ballots is rankling some election supervisors in Florida.