The Year In Florida PoliticsIf there was one word to describe Florida's year in politics that word would be expensive.
2014 Roundup: A Year Of Change And StabilityIn some ways, the state of Florida has remained remarkably stable over the past year.
Minimum Wage To Top $8, But Debate ContinuesFlorida's lowest-paid workers will get a raise Jan. 1, but a higher minimum wage sought by state and national Democrats doesn't appear on the immediate legislative horizon.
LGBT Floridians Hope For Progress Despite Election LossesThe 2014 election wasn't a good one for Florida's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
Facing South Florida: Annette Taddeo Jim goes one-on-one with Annette Taddeo, for her first sit-down interview since losing the election. The Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor and Jim discuss the failed campaign to unseat Rick Scott. When did they know they were in trouble? What was it like in the room as the results came in? And why can’t Democrats get their act together?
Republican Turnout, Wave Overwhelmed CristThe Democratic plan meant to get Republican Gov. Rick Scott's gubernatorial seat for the next four years failed on Tuesday evening.
Broward Finishes Counting Absentee Votes, Recounts IncomingManually and methodically, several Broward County elections workers are still inserting Broward voters' absentee ballots into counting machines. A day after the election, those 10,000 ballots could have an impact.
Voters Give Gov. Scott Four More YearsBy a margin of approximately 71,000 votes, Governor Rick Scott defeated challenger Charlie Crist to win re-election. Scott received 48.3 percent to Crist's 47 percent.
Crist Thanks Supporters - "It's Time To Work Together"After a hotly contested race, Charlie Crist conceded defeat to Governor Rick Scott in a brief speech to supporters in a nearly empty ballroom in a St. Petersburg resort shortly before midnight.
Gov. Scott Re-Elected For Four More Years Florida Governor Rick Scott will remain in office for four more years after winning the gubernatorial race.
Crist Motion For Extended Voting Hours At Broward Polls DeniedCandidate for Governor, Charlie Crist, had an emergency motion to extend the voting hours in Broward County until 9 p.m. denied by a judge Tuesday night.
Thousands Of Dade Voters Head To The PollsA steady trickle of voters made their way in and out of polling sites across Miami-Dade County on Tuesday.
Gov. Scott At Full Throttle On Election DayFlorida Governor Rick Scott took election day at full throttle starting in South Florida, then heading North and wrapping up on the West coast.
Crist Implores Supporters To Get Out And VoteAfter months of campaigning and millions of dollars spent on television and radio ads, former Florida Governor Charlie Crist gave it one last shot before the polls close at 7 p.m.
Broward Voters Weigh In On Bond Issue, Gov RaceMillions of dollars have been spent on campaign ads leading up to Tuesday's General Election. While the focus has been on the tight race between Governor Rick Scott and challenger Charlie Crist, voters in Broward have a number of other issues to decide. One of the biggest is whether to approve an $800 million bond to improve the county's schools.