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After a tumultuous year shepherding a series of high profile reforms to the state's education system, Florida Department of Education Commissioner Gerard Robinson submitted a letter of resignation Tuesday, citing family reasons.
"After much contemplation and discussion with my family, I want to inform you of my intention to resign as [...]
Investigators looking into possible vote fraud in Hialeah are now examining at least 31 absentee ballots collected by a suspected ballot broker in two separate instances last week, according to sources familiar with the expanding probe.
Last week, Miami-Dade detectives questioned a Hialeah woman named Daisy Cabrera, who was found in [...]
Nelson is essentially running neck-and-neck with Republican Connie Mack, who's being outraised by the incumbent but has the help of Super PAC third-party [...]
Yes, there still is a Florida Republican U.S. Senate primary.
But what once was expected to be an expensive, competitive contest Aug. 14 has instead been pared down to a long shot former congressman vs. someone so sure he'll win that he isn't even really running.
Rep. Connie Mack IV, [...]
From the News Service of Florida:
Eight candidates have made the cut and will be interviewed to fill an upcoming vacancy on the Florida Public Service Commission, according to a short list released Tuesday by a state PSC nominating council.
PSC member Lisa Edgar, whose expiring term will create the vacancy Jan. [...]
President Obama's new-ad-every-four-days campaign continues, this time with a spot contrasting his tax-and-deficit plan with that of Republican Mitt Romney's, whose made out to be a defend-the-rich-and-the-Pentagon candidate.' [...]
CNN's Peter Hamby reports that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney plans a multi-state and city bus tour annd blitz that includes multiple stops in Florida before the Republican National Convention in Tampa at month's end.
This week, Romney visits Colorado, Nevada and Indiana. Then he stops in Ohio next week before [...]
The Miami-Dade mayoral race is not the only contest on the Aug. 14 ballot embroiled in an investigation over potential absentee-ballot fraud.
The U.S. Justice Department has filed papers in federal court in Tampa asserting that Florida's efforts to purge the voter rolls of non-citizens is a violation of the federal Voting Rights Act.
The July 27 filing, known as a statement of interest, asserts that before Florida began scrubbing the rolls in [...]
From Public Policy Polling:
PPP's first likely voters poll of Florida finds that it's likely to take its customary place as one of the most closely contested states in the country this year. Barack Obama leads Mitt Romney by the slightest of margins, 48-47, but Romney would take a small advantage [...]