The National Right to Life Committee waded into two Republican congressional primaries in Florida on Thursday, backing Francis Rooney and Rebecca Negron in open races.
With a poll released this week showing Hillary Clinton up by 9 percent in the Sunshine State, a major media outlet reported that Florida “remains a particular concern” for Donald Trump’s campaign with some infighting between the Republican nominee’s supporters.
Though many claim the Clinton Foundation, founded 15 years ago by former President Bill Clinton, has done good work in some very poor parts of the world, others maintain the good works are a dodge for the enrichment it brings the Clintons, and at the very least will present a disturbing conflict of interest if Hillary Clinton is elected president in November.
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Since its founding, the foundation has supported such charitable causes as relief in Haiti, global health and schools where there were none before.
A new poll shows Hillary Clinton with a solid lead over Donald Trump in Florida, the largest swing state in the presidential contest.
Having taken 1 percent in Florida when he was the Libertarian presidential nominee in 2012, former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson hopes to do better in the Sunshine State this time out.
On Monday, Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner announced new additions across the Sunshine State to the National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places.
While he is not on the ballot himself this year, Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam is hoping to use this election cycle to boost his stock in 2018 when he is expected to run for governor.
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg passed on running for president this year but he is showing no signs of staying on the sidelines as he threw his support to a congressional candidate in Florida.
Some leading Florida Republicans continue to say they will not back Donald Trump in November.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are in a dead heat in Florida, the largest swing state on the map.