With the election little more than a week away, the three leading candidates running for the U.S. Senate clashed Sunday morning in a heated debate.
With less than two weeks to go until the general election, Floridas unemployment continues to grow -- and the politicians are attempting to point the blame at their opponents.
While he may have a famous name, U.S. Rep. Connie Mack, R-Fla. is still unknown to many Floridians -- but he is looking to change that with his strong stance on foreign policy issues, leading some to wonder if he is gunning for the U.S. Senate in 2012.
Conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly and the Eagle Forum PAC have endorsed Republican gubernatorial candidate Rick Scott, in the hope that he can "keep this state prosperous."
After debating Democratic rival Alex Sink, Republican gubernatorial candidate Rick Scott headed Thursday to Lakeland where he attended the Florida Phosphate Committee of Continuous Existences annual conference. Scotts running mate, Rep. Jennifer Carroll of Jacksonville, focused on the Tampa Bay region Thursday, attending events in Sarasota and Tampa ...
With two weeks to go and polls showing a tight race, Republican gubernatorial candidate Rick Scott and Democratic nominee Alex Sink attacked each other on the issues and on their records in a sometimes acrimonious TV debate Wednesday night.
Through October, former New York Gov. George Pataki has taken to the airwaves and headed out on the campaign trail -- leading to more speculation that he intends to launch a bid for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012.
With two weeks to go until the general election and early voting already started, Gov. Charlie Crist and U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek went on the attack against Republican front-runner Marco Rubio -- and each other -- in a widely televised debate Tuesday night at Nova Southeastern University in Davie.
Late Tuesday, former Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre, a Democrat, jumped party lines to back Republican candidate Rick Scott for governor over state CFO Alex Sink, the Democratic nominee.
With buzz growing that he intends to run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012, Gov. Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota headed to the Sunshine State Tuesday to back GOP candidates in Novembers elections.