Federal investigators say they believe Russian hackers were behind cyberattacks on a contractor for Florida's election system that may have exposed the personal data of voters in the Sunshine State -- even though Secretary of State Ken Detzner claims nothing was compromised.
After their second debate on Sunday night, Hillary Clinton clings to a small lead over Donald Trump in a new poll of Florida.
Secretary of State Ken Detzner released the following statement and shared the following voter registration tips ahead of tomorrow’s voter registration deadline:
Donald Trump has the slightest of leads in Florida, a new poll finds--thanks in part to some to unlikely allies.
Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Jill Stein on the Green Party line are keeping Donald Trump close to Hillary Clinton in Florida. That’s what a University of North Florida (UNF) poll released on Thursday shows.
Citizens Property Insurance Corporation today issued a statement urging policyholders to take precautions to protect themselves and their families as Hurricane Matthew threatens strong winds, heavy rains, storm surge and flooding along Florida’s east coast.
Just two months ago political analysts agreed Democrats would win the battle for control of the U.S. Senate. The Republicans hold just a five-seat edge, and most of the 34 seats up for election or re-election are in either tossup states or states that lean to the left.
Hillary Clinton has the slightest of leads over Donald Trump in Florida, a new poll shows.
A second poll taken after the first presidential debate shows Hillary Clinton leading in Florida, the largest swing state in the Electoral College.