The 19th Amendment Turns 100: Historian Explains How Law Didn't Exactly 'Give Women The Vote'Women could already vote in many states when the 19th Amendment passed in 1920, though difficulties in exercising that right persisted.
South Florida Businessman Maximo Alvarez Gives Impassioned Speech At Republican National ConventionSouth Florida businessman Maximo Alvarez gave an emotional speech during the opening night of the Republican National Convention on Monday.
Election Officials: Joe Scott Still Leading Race For Broward Supervisor Of Elections After 14-Hour RecountIn a race that was way too close to call, Broward election officials spent Friday and most of the day Saturday recounting ballots for the Democratic contest for Supervisor of Elections.
Former White House Adviser Steve Bannon Arrested For Allegedly Ripping Off ‘We Build The Wall’ DonorsFormer White House adviser Steve Bannon was arrested Thursday on charges that he and three others ripped off donors to an online fundraising scheme “We Build The Wall.”
Florida Primary Election Results At-A-GlanceHere’s a quick glance at the winners from some of the high profile races in South Florida following Tuesdays Florida Primary including which races are going to a runoff.
Joe Scott Leads Close Race For Broward Supervisor Of ElectionsJoe Scott maintained a slight lead over his closest opponent, Chad Klitzman, in the race for Broward Supervisor of Elections.
Gregory Tony Pulls Of Narrow Victory In Democratic Primary For Broward SheriffIn the hotly contested Democratic race for Broward sheriff, Gregory Tony narrowly pulled off a victory.
Harold Fernandez Pryor Leads Packed Race For Broward State AttorneyThe packed Democratic primary for Broward State Attorney had former Broward prosecutor Harold Fernandez Pryor leading the race late Tuesday evening.
Esteban Bovo, Daniella Levine Cava Head To November Election In Race For Miami-Dade County MayorThe race for Miami-Dade mayor will be decided in November's general election between Republican Esteban Bovo Jr. and Democrat Daniella Levine Cava.
Incumbent Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle Wins Another Term In OfficeIncumbent Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle declared victory before all the votes were counted on Tuesday evening. In the end, she beat her challenger Melba Pearson.
Former Miami-Dade Mayor Alex Penelas Concedes RaceFormer Miami-Dade Mayor Alex Penelas, who wanted his old job back after 16 years, made an announcement on Tuesday evening conceding the race.
U.S. Postal Service Backs Down On Changes Amid Outcry, LawsuitsEmbattled Postmaster General Louis DeJoy is halting some operational changes until after the November election, just as 20 Democratic states announced plans to file federal lawsuits.
US Appellate Court Questions Florida Felon Voting LawA federal appeals court heard from an attorney representing Florida who said the state can legally require felons to fully pay all fines, fees and restitution before allowing them to vote, while attorneys representing some felons argued that constitutes an illegal poll tax and discriminates against the poor.
Campaign 2020: Miami-Dade Mayor's Race Features Diverse Group With A Few Familiar NamesThe Miami-Dade County Mayor is one of the most powerful political positions in the state. Those running for the position in this year's elections include several well-known names and few political newcomers.
Campaign 2020: Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Rundle Faces Challenger Melba PearsonOne of the most heated and most watched races in South Florida is that for Miami-Dade State Attorney.