The Senate Leadership Fund (SLF) has filed a complaint with the Federal Elections Commission, pursuant to 52 U.S.C. § 30109(a)(1), against U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy and others, urging the commission to investigate what SLF alleges are illegal straw donations made to Murphy’s 2012 campaign for Congress and Charlie Crist’s 2010 campaign for the United States Senate.
A new poll shows Florida is divided on which bathrooms transgenders should use but against the idea of forcing public schools to allow transgendered students to use the bathrooms of the gender they identify with.
"The issue of transgender people and the use of public bathrooms finds voters split on exactly what should be done," said Peter Brown, the assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll, on Thursday.
Floridians are concerned about the Zika virus, a new poll shows.
Quinnipiac University released a poll on Thursday morning which finds 22 percent of voters in the Sunshine State are very concerned about Zika while 40 percent are somewhat concerned about it. While 22 percent say they’re not so concerned about it, 15 percent say they aren’t concerned about Zika at all.
In the aftermath of Marco Rubio’s announcement on Wednesday that he would run for a second term in the Senate, Congressman Ron DeSantis pulled out of the race to run for a third term in Congress.
With his friend and ally Marco Rubio running for a second term in the Senate, Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera bowed out of the Senate race on Wednesday morning.
Lopez-Cantera met with Rubio last week after the jihadist terrorist attack in Orlando and urged his friend to run for a second term. On Wednesday, with reports out that Rubio was running for reelection, Lopez-Cantera ended his Senate bid.
Marco Rubio is running for reelection to the U.S. Senate.
Headed into election season, President Barack Obama, who carried Florida twice, gets good marks in a new poll of the Sunshine State while the Republican governor is also moving up.
Even as he ponders running for a second term at the last minute, a new poll shows Marco Rubio offers the GOP the best chance to retain control of his Senate seat.
A Florida Republican who refuses to get behind Donald Trump unveiled a path to citizenship for many illegal immigrants on Tuesday.
Carlos Curbelo teamed up with Colorado Republican Mike Coffman to bring out the “Recognizing American Children Act" on Tuesday. Their proposal would “allow undocumented immigrants that arrived in this country prior to 2010 as minors to adjust their immigration status” by offering various paths to citizenship.
Hillary Clinton is “pulling ahead" of Donald Trump in Florida, a new poll shows.