Poll: Obama Leads Romney 73-24 Among Latino VotersPresident Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney have been courting the Latino vote across the country heavily throughout the campaign. But, if a new poll’s lead holds up for President Obama, he could win enough swing states to take the Electoral College.
Understanding The Florida AmendmentsThe 2012 ballot will be one to remember across the state of Florida. The ballot is the longest in Miami-Dade history and much of the ballot is taken up with 11 constitutional amendments written in legalese that can confuse even the most well-informed voters.
Poll: Florida A Statistical Tie Between Romney & ObamaWith just hours to go until the campaigning for the 2012 election officially comes to an end, the latest Public Policy Polling poll of Florida gives President Barack Obama a razor thin one point lead over Republican nominee Mitt Romney.
Chaos & Confusion For Early Voters In Doral On SundayChaos and confusion clouded the final Sunday before Election Day in Miami-Dade County. Since early voting was cut from 14 days to 8 days in Florida for this election, hundreds of voters arrived at the Miami-Dade Elections Headquarters early Sunday after learning they would get another opportunity to request, fill out, and submit last-minute absentee ballots.
What Caused Dade's Absent Ballot Blunder On Sunday When Miami-Dade election department workers locked the doors of their Doral headquarters on voters who showed up to vote by absentee ballot on Sunday, anger spread through the line of nearly 200 people and lingered even after voting resumed about an hour later.
Voters Weigh In On 2012 ElectionWhile some Miami-Dade voters are anxious about the outcome of the presidential election, they’re also relieved that the election season is almost over.
President Obama Revs Up Hollywood Crowd President Barack Obama brought his closing argument in the campaign to South Florida on Sunday, less than 48 hours before the general election on Tuesday.
Voters Overwhelm Dade Elections For Sunday VotingIn an unusual move, Miami-Dade Elections Department decided to allow voters to cast their votes by absentee ballots on Sunday. By 2:30 p.m. they were so overwhelmed they were forced to close their doors.
Mack Battles Nelson In Tight Senate Race It’s coming down to the wire in a tight Florida Senate race which pits a Democratic incumbent against a Republican challenger.
Early Voting Ends With Long Lines, Long WaitsThousands of Miami-Dade voters took advantage of the final day of early voting Saturday. According to the Supervisor of Elections website, several locations posted wait times as long as six hours.
Broward Voters Pack Patience On Early Voting's Last DayOn the last day of early voting in Broward County, many said the lines were the longest they'd seen all week. The wait depended in large part on where people voted and what time.
Friday's Jobs Numbers Not Likely To Impact CampaignsThe eagerly awaited October jobs numbers from the Labor Department were released on schedule Friday and showed 171,000 jobs added in October with the unemployment ticking a notch higher to 7.9 percent.
Michelle Obama Addresses Crowds In Miami ThursdayFirst Lady Michelle Obama voted early, and Thursday she encouraged Floridians from Jacksonville to Miami to do the same.
Romney Holds "Victory Rally" At UMWhile President Barack Obama takes another day off the campaign trail so he can see first hand the damage left behind by Hurricane Sandy in Atlantic City, Governor Mitt Romney is in Florida hoping to sway undecided voters and urge supporters to get out and vote.
Sandy May Present October Surprise For Presidential CampaignsThey are called “October surprises” – events which happen days before an election which could change the results. The past 24 hours may just be that.