A poll released by WMUR in New Hampshire shows former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney crushing the Republican presidential field in the Granite State, home of the first presidential primary.
A poll released Tuesday confirms that Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson will be vulnerable in 2012 when he seeks a third term.
Party leaders in the Florida House clashed Monday over budgetary exercises being launched this week in subcommittees, as the Legislature begins to grapple with the constitutionally mandated task of balancing the state budget in spite of a $4.6 billion shortfall.
Barbara Watson appears headed to Tallahassee. The former Miami Gardens vice mayor was behind Sharon Pritchett in initial returns from the special election held last week for the House seat vacated by Oscar Braynon.
President Barack Obama released his 2012 budget proposal Monday -- $3.73 trillion in spending for FY 2012, a reduction of just under 2.5 percent of spending in 2011.
The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) heard from two Florida Republicans Saturday, last day of the session.
House Speaker Dean Cannon, R-Winter Park, named 22 state representatives to the Select Committee on Government Reorganization on Friday.
More than a few times on the campaign trail, Gov. Rick Scott made reference to marrying his high school sweetheart. So it comes as no surprise that the new governor has issued a proclamation declaring National Marriage Week in Florida, which ends Monday, Valentines Day.
The House Appropriations Committee pondered Gov. Rick Scotts proposed budget Thursday afternoon and began the long, difficult process of crafting a budget despite a large shortfall.