Eight Presidential Candidates Attend NALEO Conference In Miami, Nation’s Largest Gathering Of Latino PolicymakersEight presidential candidates were in Miami on Friday, taking part in the 36th Annual Conference of the Presidential Candidate Forum.
Orlando Lopez Wins Runoff Election To Remain Mayor Of SweetwaterA runoff election was held in Sweetwater Tuesday night to find out who the next mayor would be.
Facing South Florida: Potential Presidential Candidate Howard Schultz Discusses Issues Important To South FloridiansFacing South Florida host Jim DeFede discusses a possible Presidential run by former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz.
State: More Than 83,000 Votes In Florida Were InvalidA new report compiled by Florida officials says more than 83,000 voters didn't cast a valid vote for governor.
Palm Beach County Still Counting Ballots Despite Missing DeadlineThe 3 p.m. deadline to finish counting votes in Florida has come and gone.
Miami-Dade Elections Department Recounting Ballots Around The ClockTo meet the state-mandated Thursday recount deadline, the Miami-Dade County’s Elections Department has gone to a 24/7 operation.
'You Better Count Every Vote', Candidates Speak Out As Recount BeginsAs election departments across the state begin the process of recounting the votes from the 2018 midterm elections, the candidates whose races will be decided by the count are speaking out.
Recount of Election Day Ballots Begins In Miami-DadeMiami-Dade County Elections Officials let CBS4 News inside and behind the scenes of the county's elections headquarters in Doral.
Broward Set To Start Recounting Votes Sunday MorningThe Broward Supervisor of Elections office will begin recounting votes Sunday at 7am.
Saturday Is Deadline For Unofficial Election ResultsIt’s deadline day in Florida. Noon Saturday is the deadline for Election Supervisors to turn in a county’s first unofficial results.
'Scott Is Trying To Stop All The Votes From Being Counted': Sen. Bill Nelson On Rick Scott In Florida Senate RecountThis process is about one thing, making sure that every legal ballot is counted and protecting the right of every Floridian to participate in our democracy.” Those are the first words since the election from Florida Senator Bill Nelson, who released a videotaped statement Friday afternoon.
Elections Experts Say Process Working Amid FurorThe lawsuits piled up and the finger-pointing escalated Friday as Republican Gov. Rick Scott’s slim lead over U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson continued to shrink.
What We Know About The Discrepancy In Votes Out Of BrowardA discrepancy in the number of votes cast for governor and senator in Florida in Broward County is raising questions about the ballot design there, as the vote-count margin in the two big races continues to narrow.
Democrat Nikki Fried Tops Republican Matt Caldwell By Narrow Margin Florida Agriculture CommissionerAfter trailing on election night, Democrat Nikki Fried held a slight lead Friday morning in her race with Republican Matt Caldwell to become state agriculture commissioner.
Florida's Rick Scott Holds 15,000 Vote Lead In Senate RaceAfter announcing late Thursday that his campaign has filed lawsuits against elections supervisors in Broward and Palm Beach counties, Republican Gov. Rick Scott held a 15,074-vote lead Friday morning in his bid to unseat Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, according to numbers posted on the state Division of Elections website.