Jack Latvala may have bigger political ambitions than the Florida Senate and plans to make an announcement regarding his gubernatorial run next month.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio is making yet another appearance in the race for Florida’s 116th House District, but it seems Rubio might not be totally onboard with implications he’s taking sides in the bitter Republican primary to replace Rep. Jose Felix Diaz.
Florida’s U.S. senators are split over their chamber’s GOP-led proposal to repeal and replace Obamacare once and for all.
Florida Republican congressman Mario Diaz-Balart turned heads Wednesday when he voted in favor of allowing horse slaughter in the United States, voting against his fellow Florida congressmen in what appears to have been a vote deal made behind closed doors with several southern Republican lawmakers.
Still reeling from a dismal second quarter of fundraising, the Republican Party of Florida is vowing to regain momentum and bring in big cash for the state GOP from here on out.
Both the legislation to regulate Florida’s booming medical marijuana industry and Amendment 2 might be in the rearview mirror, but House bill sponsor Ray Rodrigues and Orlando attorney John Morgan aren’t done sparring over medical marijuana just yet.
To put it lightly, the second fundraising quarter of 2017 was not kind to the Republican Party of Florida, which posted one of its worst fundraising quarters in over 20 years for the second part of the year.
House Speaker Richard Corcoran hasn’t declared he’s running for governor -- yet -- but he hasn’t wasted any time reeling in the dough for a potential gubernatorial bid, raising $2 million last month alone.
A Florida gun group has filed an appeal in the U.S. Supreme Court in a case dealing with how Florida regulates open carry for weapons and firearms.
News of a misdemeanor arrest is haunting Republican state Senate candidate Alex Diaz de la Portilla, but the 2012 arrest isn’t the only one on DLP’s criminal record.