Much of the talk following Republican David Jolly’s win in the special election for Congressional District 13 has been the campaign was a victory over Obamacare and a sign of a Republican landslide in November.
Voters in Florida’s 13th Congressional District began going to the polls early Tuesday morning to cast their ballot on who should replace the late Representative Bill Young.
The race to replace the late Representative Bill Young between Democrat Alex Sink and Republican David Jolly will come to a crescendo Tuesday in a special election. Both sides see a potential victory as validation for their respective world view heading into 2014′s mid-term elections.
A day after the first debate in the special election for District 13′s Congressional seat, Republican candidate David Jolly is calling on a Republican with a familiar name to further boost his campaign.
The three candidates who are seeking to replace the late Congressman Bill Young held their first debate on Monday night.
Three Republican candidates are on the primary ballot in Congressional District 13 Tuesday all hoping to replace the late Bill Young, who spent 43 years in Congress.
The Miami-Dade County Special Election is scheduled for next Tuesday, but the deadline to get absentee ballots is a little more than 24 hours away.
Early voting continues in Miami-Dade for a countywide special election in which voters are being asked to fund an overhaul of the Jackson Health System. Monday afternoon, the CEO of Jackson Health System cast his ballot.
Early voting got underway Monday for Miami-Dade’s Special Election. On the ballot, voters are being asked if they approve of funding for improvements to the Jackson Health System through issuance of General Obligation Bonds. There are also some municipal questions.
More than 189,000 absentee ballots were mailed out Tuesday for the upcoming Special Election in Miami-Dade. Voters can expect to receive their ballot on Wednesday or Thursday.