President-Elect Donald Trump’s Florida campaign manager Susie Wiles is going all in for Republican Party of Florida chair Blaise Ingoglia, officially endorsing his re-election bid for the job Monday morning.
Another name is circulating around political circles to run for governor in 2018. Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum’s name is floating around as a possible contender to take the state’s top job in politics, and some say it wouldn’t be a bad pick for the Democrats in two years.
Teachers continue to dump criticisms on President-Elect Donald Trump’s pick for U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, taking to Twitter and sticking it to national, state and local lawmakers urging them to oppose her nomination as the nation’s leader on public education.
A section of Miami where mosquitoes were transmitting the Zika virus has finally been cleared after months of state and federal intervention, Gov. Rick Scott announced Friday.
Lobbyists will prepare to dive head first into the new House rules and regulations which will vastly alter their work in the upcoming legislative session via training sessions set up by the Florida House, Speaker Corcoran's office announced Thursday.
Florida parents will be able to look up schools based on their letter grades thanks to a new tool from the Florida Department of Education.
The FDOE unveiled a new website this week which will give parents the ability to compare school data with district data as well as give them the opportunity to learn more about Florida's education standards.
Republican Party of Florida Chair Blaise Ingoglia is racking up the support of Florida congressmen for re-election bid as party chair.
Senate President Joe Negron announced his Senate leadership team and committee chair assignments Tuesday afternoon, putting a variety of lawmakers at the helm of committees to pass legislation during the 2017 legislative session.
The Stuart Republican named Sen. Wilton Simpson, R-Trilby, as Senate Majority Leader for the 2016-2018 legislative term.
Simpson, who has served as a state senator since 2012, is in line to become Senate President in four years after Sen. Bill Galvano’s anticipated term which is scheduled to begin in 2019.
School choice advocates may have heaped praise upon President-Elect Donald Trump’s Education Secretary pick Betsy DeVos, but teachers aren’t too happy with the future head of the national education system -- and they’re fighting back.
"I think we're gonna do it." That was Blaise Ingoglia's message to Sunshine State News in Orlando nearly two years ago: assured, but cautious to come off too confident or boastful about the possibility of taking the helm of the state's Republican Party.