Sunday Is The Final Day To Vote Early In Miami-Dade & BrowardThe 2018 midterm elections could be one of the most important in the recent history of the United States.
Judge Throws Charter School Amendment Off November BallotA judge is throwing a proposed amendment dealing with charter schools off the November ballot.
Wednesday Is Last Day To Request Absentee Ballothe Miami-Dade and Broward Elections Departments wants to remind all voters that Wednesday is the deadline to request an Absentee Ballot for the November 4, 2014 Primary Election.
Voters Urged To Get "Election Ready" With the November General Election less than a month away, elections supervisors are encouraging all voters to to become familiarized with their specific ballot content before casting their vote.
Judge Rules Sheldon Meets Residency RequirementsA legal move to disqualify one of two Democratic candidates for Florida attorney general failed Friday when a Tallahassee judge ruled that George Sheldon met the residency requirements for the race.
Ruling May Chill School Districts Efforts To Challenge Charter School ConversionsA ruling against the Miami-Dade County Public School District was the first-ever ruling under Florida statutes, written specifically to prevent school districts from taking “unlawful reprisals” against employees who support charter school conversions.
Drive To Legalize Medical Marijuana Has Cost MillionsThe legalization of medical marijuana will go before Florida voters this year, but for its backers, getting to this point has come with a heavy cost.
Rubio Declines To Answer Marijuana QuestionSen. Marco Rubio is remaining quiet on whether he ever smoked marijuana and declining to answer the question.
Florida Supreme Court Clears Way For Medical Marijuana On BallotThe Florida Supreme Court has approved a medical marijuana ballot initiative for the November election.
Medical Marijuana Initiative Gets Needed Signatures Medical marijuana proponents cleared a major hurdle Friday by surpassing the number of signatures required to make it on the November ballot.
Medical Marijuana Question Argued Before Fl. Supreme Court The Attorney General Pam Bondi's office is arguing that a proposed constitutional amendment allowing marijuana for medical reasons would go beyond what voters would be led to believe.