Even before he's been sworn in to office, Charlie Crist has struck a nerve with black voters in CD13 over newly appointed members of President-Elect Donald Trump’s staff.
Anti-Common Core groups are growing fearful of president-elect Donald Trump’s shortlist for U.S. Secretary of Education because of the candidates’ support for the controversial Common Core State Standards.
Few in Florida politics have risen to the top quite as quickly as Will Weatherford.
From Football to Foster Care: Tony Dungy, DCF Appeal to the Heart in New Adoption Awareness Campaign
For former NFL player and Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Tony Dungy, the topic of fostering and adopting children hits close to home.
While others have their eyes on taking his job as governor in 2018, Gov. Rick Scott is looking ahead to the U.S. Senate as the next step to climb on his political ladder.
The 2016 election has come and gone but politicos haven’t taken a break thinking ahead to determine who will be Florida’s next governor come 2018.
Anti-Donald Trump protests are popping up around Florida and around the country to speak out against the nation’s next Commander in Chief.
Behind-the-scenes competition to replace Florida Democratic Party Chair Allison Tant is getting ugly. The rumor mill is working overtime.
After a huge loss Election Night, Florida Democratic Party Chair Allison Tant is calling it quits and will not seek reelection for another term.
Incoming Senate president Joe Negron, R-Stuart, has selected Sen. Anitere Flores to be Senate President Pro Tempore in the new lineup of the Florida Senate.