Calling out the federal Department of Veterans Affairs and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for not dismissing underperforming employees, Florida Republican Ted Yoho brought out the “Federal Employee Accountability Act (FEAA)” on Friday.
Blake Burman joined the FOX Business Network (FBN) as a Washington correspondent in April 2015. But even before that, Burman was well known in Florida for his work at WBBH in Fort Myers and WSVN in Miami where he covered politics.
Donald Trump received a major victory Thursday as delegates overwhelmingly opposed last-ditch efforts to derail his nomination.
In the wonky Rules Committee meeting in Cleveland ahead of the Republican National Convention next week, a whip team assembled by the Trump campaign worked closely with officials at the Republican National Convention to defeat anti-Trump delegates' efforts.
The RNC and Trump whip teams erupted into applause behind a sectioned-off portion of the cavernous hall when the committee adjourned, according to NBC News.
While Quinnipiac University released a poll on Wednesday showing Donald Trump ahead in Florida, two new polls find Hillary Clinton ahead in the Sunshine State.
A Marist poll taken for NBC News and the Wall Street Journal released on Friday has Clinton ahead in Florida. Clinton takes 44 percent while Trump garners 37 percent.
Next week’s Republican convention in Cleveland will have a Florida flavor as the GOP gets ready to nominate Donald Trump for president.
President Barack Obama is underwater in Florida, a state he carried twice, a new poll shows but officials holding statewide officer are in better shape.
Quinnipiac University released a poll on Thursday morning showing a majority of those surveyed--53 percent--disapprove of Obama while 44 percent approve of him. Obama creates a partisan divide with 89 percent of Democrats approving of him and 91 percent of Republicans disapproving of him. A majority of voters outside the major parties--56 percent--disapprove of Obama while 40 percent approve of him.
A new poll is showing Marco Rubio routing two Democratic congressmen as the GOP looks to hold onto a Senate seat in Florida.
Quinnipiac University released a poll on Thursday morning showing Rubio ahead of Patrick Murphy 50 percent to 37 percent. Rubio also leads Alan Grayson 50 percent to 38 percent.
Peter Brown, the assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll, noted that Rubio deciding to run for a second term at the last minute, despite promising not to run again, hasn't hurt him.
Two Florida Republicans are once again teaming up to try to reform the Veterans Affairs Department.
After endorsing them last month, one of the most prominent Republicans on foreign policy doubled down on his support of Florida Republicans Marco Rubio and Ron DeSantis on Wednesday.
Questions about Hillary Clinton’s ethics have led Donald Trump to bounce back in the Sunshine State, according to a new poll from Quinnipiac University.