Retired Broward Clerk of Courts Howard C. Forman filed Tuesday to run against his ex-wife, Brenda Forman, the current Broward clerk, in 2020. The former couple recently went through a contentious divorce.
How did one family from Manatee County become the start of a movement to legalize smokable medical marijuana in the state of Florida? Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the bill rescinding a ban on smoking medical pot.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz on Wednesday brought his not-quite-presidential-campaign to downtown Miami, where he lauded South Florida’s Cuban, Nicaraguan and Venezuelan exiles and then criticized the Democratic Party for embracing socialism.
Miramar Mayor Wayne Messam announced Wednesday that he’s forming an exploratory committee to help him decide whether to seek the Democratic nomination for president to run against Donald Trump in 2020.
Coral Springs elected a new mayor, voters in Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale agreed to finance new public safety headquarters, and new supervisors in Broward and Palm Beach counties handled their first election day on Tuesday.
US Senator and presidential hopeful Kamala Harris of California will attend fundraisers in Miami and Miami Beach, unofficially kicking off campaign season in a region important to Democratic 2020 candidates.
After stalling four years ago, a bipartisan group of Miami donors is trying once again to bring California’s “jungle primary” system to Florida in the belief that it would reduce hyper-partisanship by opening primary races to all voters.
The Florida Senate’s ethics and elections committee voted to support a bill crafted by their staff that aims to fix problems with certification deadlines and mail ballots that dogged the 2018 midterm elections and recount.
Kristen Rosen Gonzalez filed to run for her old Miami Beach City Commission seat on Monday, but she faces a crowded field. Former state Rep. David Richardson is officially running for another commission seat.
After the 2018 Florida recount exposed flaws within the election system, state legislators are proposing bills they hope will prevent issues from arising in future recounts ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
Outdated voting machines, a confusing ballot design and poor planning over mail-in ballots in the 2018 midterm election could serve as lessons for Florida. Here’s how the state can avoid a repeat in 2020.
With manual recounts in three FL 2018 midterm elections, US Senate, governor and agriculture commissioner, voter fraud accusations flew. Ahead of 2020, the state needs to restore faith in the voting process.
Florida reacted to the 2000 presidential recount scandal by changing absentee ballot laws, making it easier to vote by mail. But mail-in ballots may have been the biggest problem in the 2018 midterm election.