Democratic Presidential Candidates Gearing Up For Nevada CaucusesLaura Podesta reports Mike Bloomberg, who's trying to bounce back after his debate performance, says he fears the party will nominate someone who won't beat President Trump in November.
Broward Voting Equipment Put To The Test With March Primary LoomingCBS4's Joan Murray shares the details of the mock logic and accuracy test of the voting equipment in Lauderhill.
Democratic Presidential Candidates Back On Campaign Trail After Trading Barbs At DebateCBS4's Natalie Brand reports how the candidates are picking up where they left off before the fiery debate.
Presidential Debate Focuses On Mike BloombergFormer New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg was attacked during Wednesday night's Democratic presidential debate.
Bloomberg Feels The Heat During Democratic President Candidates DebateLaura Podesta reports former New York City Mayor and Billionaire Michael Bloomberg faced repeated attacks.
Nevada Debate To Feature A New FaceCBS4's Danya Bacchus reports Mike Bloomberg's addition is causing tension.
Dems Prepare To Debate In Las VegasThe stage is set for Wednesday night as the democratic candidates get ready to face off in another debate in Las Vegas.
Michael Bloomberg To Take Part In Democratic Presidential Candidates' DebateMarybel Rodriguez reports the leading Democratic presidential candidates will be back on the debate stage tonight in Nevada, joined by a relative newcomer to the 2020 campaign, Michael Bloomberg, the former Republican mayor of New York.
Broward Election Officials Test Electronic Voting Equipment Ahead Of March PrimaryWith the mail-in ballots already sent out, South Florida election workers are now gearing up for the March 17 primary.
Campaign 2020: Important Election Days And Deadlines You Need To KnowElection season is heating up. Here are some important Election days and deadline dates you need to know.
Have You Registered To Vote In Florida's Presidential Preference Primary? It's Deadline Time!The deadline to register to vote or make party changes if you want to vote in the upcoming Presidential Preference Primary is Tuesday, February 18.
New Proposals Could Squeeze Florida Ballot InitiativesNew proposals have emerged in the Florida House and Senate that would make it harder to place proposed constitutional amendments on the ballot.
Democratic Presidential Candidate Mike Bloomberg Opens 7 New Campaign Offices In FloridaMike Bloomberg has opened another seven campaign offices throughout the Sunshine State, including Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.
Tuesday Is Florida's Presidential Preference Primary Registration DeadlineDo you want to vote in the upcoming Presidential Preference Primary? The deadline to register to vote or make party changes is Tuesday, February 18.
Palm Beach Elections Dept. Hit With Ransomware Attack Before 2016 Election, Miami-Dade Elections Say They Are ProtectedWith the 2020 primaries and presidential election on the horizon, security is at the forefront for election supervisors across the country.
Sen. Bernie Sanders Projected To Win New HampshireBernie Sanders has won the New Hampshire primary, CBS News projected just after 11 p.m. Tuesday.
Campaign 2020: Florida Voters - By The NumbersWith the March 17 presidential primaries fast approaching, Florida is preparing for a major election year. Here is a look at voter-registration numbers, as of Dec. 31:
145,000 Mail-In Ballots Ready To Go Out To Voters In Broward CountyOn Friday morning Broward elections workers wheeled 145,000 mail-in ballots onto a tractor-trailer headed to a postal facility in Opa-locka for processing.
Florida's Presidential Preference Primary Registration Deadline Rapidly ApproachingSouth Florida election offices are getting ready for the upcoming Presidential Preference Primary which is rapidly approaching.
Florida Senator Rick Scott Buys Joe Biden Attack Ad In IowaA political ad in Iowa that attacks the Democratic-led impeachment trial against President Donald Trump and accuses former Vice President Joe Biden of corruption was bought and paid for by Florida's Senator Rick Scott.