A new month means a new chair for the Florida Democratic Party, which will elect a replacement for their former party head Stephen Bittel at a meeting in Orlando next weekend.
With 2018 -- and a potential bid for the U.S. Senate -- right around the corner, new poll results should give Gov. Rick Scott a reason to smile.
Few state lawmakers are willing to go on the record and make their feelings known about the accusations of sexual harassment against Sen. Jack Latvala, but several of them have wasted no time conveying their support for the Clearwater Republican through their social media behavior.
One of the six women accusing state Sen. Jack Latvala of sexual harassment and groping has gone public.
Orlando attorney John Morgan says he hasn’t given much thought to running for governor as an independent candidate, but didn’t entirely rule out the possibility in a video message posted Tuesday.
What is the Democratic Party without John Morgan?
The U.S. Supreme Court handed a loss to a Florida gun group on Monday when it declined to hear a case surrounding the state’s open carry law.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum has finally hired a new campaign manager, four months after his previous campaign manager resigned from his team.
Gov. Rick Scott is making another push for increased funding for Florida’s education system, saying his new budget proposal will be the “highest ever” in Florida history.
Once rumored to be a possible frontrunner for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination, Orlando superattorney John Morgan is leaving the party.