Almost 300K Vote-By-Mail Ballots To Be Shipped Out To Voters In Miami-DadeIf you are planning to vote on the August 28 Florida Primary Election and you want to do it via vote-by-mail ballots, here is what you need to know.
Trump, Clinton Claim Victories In FloridaDonald Trump and Hillary Clinton have won the Presidential Primary in the State of Florida.
Dade Voters Cast Ballots In Presidential Preference PrimaryVoters are going to the polls Tuesday in Florida's Presidential Preference Primary in what could be a turning point for several candidates in Campaign 2016.
Early Voting Begins Monday In Miami-DadeThe eyes of the nation will soon be on the Sunshine State since the Florida Primary is just around the corner on Tuesday March 15th.
Former President Bill Clinton To Campaign For Charlie Crist Former President Bill Clinton plans to stump for Florida governor candidate Charlie Crist next week.
Early Voting Concluding This Weekend Around South FloridaEarly voting will end in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties ends Sunday, August 24. Monroe County's early voting ends Saturday, August 23.
Florida Supreme Court Clears Way For Medical Marijuana On BallotThe Florida Supreme Court has approved a medical marijuana ballot initiative for the November election.
Florida Certifies Election ResultsTwo weeks after Election Day, Governor Rick Scott and other Republican members of the state’s canvassing board have certified Florida’s voting results.
Poll: Cuban-American Vote Moving DemocraticWhile Florida still hasn’t finished counting all the ballots from Tuesday’s election, the exit polling from Tuesday’s presidential election is suggesting a major shift in the voting pattern of the Hispanic vote in Florida.
Florida's Election Fumbling Costs It Relevancy On National StageIn 2000, Florida became the punch line of jokes everywhere after having problems with a one-page punch card ballot. This year, Florida’s ballot was as long as 12 pages in some parts of the state which spelled disaster.
Election Law Challenge WithdrawnA challenge to Florida’s new election rules has been withdrawn by a Democratic state senator and two nonpartisan groups.