Democratic presidential hopefuls swooning over open borders might want to reconsider in light of the latest Harvard/Harris poll.
Sandra Mortham, national chair for the organization Maggie's List, says Independence Day is the perfect time to name a patriot and public servant to a post she will use to elect more conservative women to office.
Mortham announced Wednesday the appointment of Jennifer Carroll as the new national spokeswoman for Maggie's List. Carroll served with Gov. Rick Scott as the 18th lieutenant governor of Florida from Jan. 4, 2011 to March 12, 2013.
On Monday L3Harris Technologies was born, the product of one of the largest mergers in aerospace and defense industry history. What the union has done is bring together the Harris Corporation and L3 Technologies, creating Florida’s largest A&D company and the eighth largest company based in the state.
The president had said earlier in the day he wouldn’t be live-tweeting the Democratic presidential debate in Miami because he would be on Air Force One en route to Japan and off “to save the world.”
But roughly half an hour into the Wednesday night debate, Donald Trump fired off two tweets -- one with the word "BORING!" and the other castigating NBC for its technical glitch, an opportunity to call the network "fake news."
With the signing of the 2020 budget Friday, Gov. Ron DeSantis' announcement about Florida’s continued strengthening economy might have been overlooked.
The governor said businesses are still expanding to Florida, just as they have for the last eight years, creating a strong private-sector job growth rate. The governor puts this success the good news down to low taxes, reasonable regulations and a top-rated university system.
He said economic indicators for the month of May include these:
Gov. Ron DeSantis is in better shape with Florida voters than either of the state’s two U.S. senators, a new poll shows.
Quinnipiac University released a poll on Thursday morning showing that DeSantis has the approval of 55 percent of voters while 22 percent disapprove of him and 23 percent are not sure.
A new poll shows strong support across Florida to raise the minimum wage in the Sunshine State.
Quinnipiac University Polling Logo released a poll on Thursday showing three-quarters of Florida voters--76 percent--support raising the minimum wage while only 20 percent support keeping it at $8.46 an hour. Floridians of all political backgrounds, ages, genders, race and education levels support increasing the minimum wage.
With twenty Democratic presidential candidates getting ready to square off in two debates in Miami later this month, a new poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden starts off ahead of the large pack of primary candidates in Florida.
President Donald Trump is kicking off his bid for a second term in Orlando on Tuesday--and a new poll shows him behind some of the leading Democratic hopefuls in the always pivotal swing state of Florida.
Quinnipiac University released a poll on Tuesday showing former Vice President Joe Biden, currently the favorite for the Democratic presidential, with the lead over Trump in Florida. Biden takes 50 percent while Trump gets 41 percent. U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., also leads Trump, according to the poll, up 48 percent to 42 percent.
Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Monday the Florida Department of State (DOS) and Florida’s 67 county supervisors of elections will engage in a cooperative cybersecurity initiative ahead of the 2020 elections.
DeSantis is also supporting the redistribution of $2.3 million in unexpended funds to supervisors of elections to support their efforts to enhance election security. This is in addition to the $2.8 million appropriated by the Florida Legislature for the upcoming fiscal year.