Dennis Ross might be part of Paul Ryan’s leadership team but the Florida Republican is on Donald Trump’s side in his feud with the House speaker.
Democrats are hoping to pick up some congressional seats and have one Florida Republican clearly in their sights.
This week, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) announced its first ad buys for the general election, purchasing more than $30 million for commercials around the country and almost $4 million of that being used to target freshman Republican Carlos Curbelo.
Despite all the buzz that he would end up on Donald Trump’s shortlist, Rick Scott said he had no interest in being vice president.
Asked Wednesday night if he would accept a bid to become Donald Trump's vice president, Gov. Rick Scott told millions of CNN viewers, "I like my job, I have two years and eight months to go and I'm going to stay in this job."
Marco Rubio, who sits on the Foreign Relations Committee and the Select Committee on Intelligence, is in the Middle East this week, weighing in on military operations as Islamic State (ISIS) terrorism continues to upend the region.
Looking to speed up the backlog of VA claims, two Florida congressmen teamed up this week on a bill giving congressional offices read only access on claims.
Charlie Crist’s chances for a successful political comeback went up on Tuesday as his main rival for the Democratic nomination to replace David Jolly in Congress shifted his focus to running for a state House seat.
Fresh off remarks that he’ll wait until after November to announce whether he will seek to claim the governor’s office when Rick Scott terms out, Adam Putnam continues to raise his statewide profile, kicking off an agricultural summit Wednesday hosted by some of Florida’s heavy hitters, in one of the state’s largest counties.
This week, HUD Secretary Julián Castro awarded $9.3 million will go to more than 50 programs helping the homeless across the Sunshine State.
Gabriella B. Ferraro, communications manager for Martin County, posted an explanation and defense of the county's lobbying programs and its lobbyist after Sunshine State News published Nancy Smith's April 29 column, "Brian Ballard's Worth the Disappointment, Reasons Martin Commission." The SSN column followed a story in the local Treasure Coast News that reported Tallahassee lobbyist Ballard not only is Martin's chief lobbyist, but he lobbies for one of Martin's prime antagonists, All Aboard Florida.
Florida will once again be front and center in a presidential election come November as the largest swing state.