Election 2018

Campaign Cash Fuels Ads In Governor's Race

Jun 13, 2018
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As the leading fundraisers in their party primaries for governor, Adam Putnam and Philip Levine have an advantage over their rivals when it comes to reaching voters.

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Two days after they took out the knives in Tampa Bay, the four top Democrats running for governor avoided the slightest flare-up during a cordial, two-hour debate Monday evening in Miramar.

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Maintaining Florida’s water supply, while balancing the growing needs of residents, farmers, tourists and businesses, is a priority for the candidates seeking to replace Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam.

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Democratic candidates for Florida’s 6th Congressional District get the opportunity Monday night to talk to voters about their positions on the environment.

Democratic candidates for governor sparred over the big issues in Florida politics at the second televised debate Saturday night at Pinellas Park High School.

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The Florida Democratic Party will hold its second gubernatorial debate this weekend.

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Republicans running to replace Attorney General Pam Bondi disagree with her legal stand against a 19-year-old Alachua County woman who wants to remain anonymous in a National Rifle Association challenge to a new state gun restriction.

Billionaire Greene Jumps Into Governor's Race

Jun 6, 2018
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Billionaire real-estate investor Jeff Greene has filed paperwork to run as a Democrat for governor, joining a crowded field that already includes four major candidates.

There are now an even dozen Republican candidates running for Florida governor. The latest is Bruce Nathan, who filed his papers, along with a filing fee of more than $7,800, at the Florida Secretary of State’s office first thing Monday (6/4) morning.

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This year’s general election will be costlier than most, which is something Florida’s 67 county supervisors are finding out as they prepare to print the ballots.


Democratic North Florida Congressman Al Lawson has picked up an endorsement in Jacksonville from the Fraternal Order of Police.

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Cyber security is a top priority for Florida elections supervisors as they prepare for the upcoming primary and general elections.

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Gubernatorial candidate Gwen Graham will be looking to shore up support from Jacksonville Democrats this evening.

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Florida Sixth Congressional District candidate Democrat Nancy Soderberg picked up an endorsement from former Vice President Joe Biden on Monday.

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City Council President Anna Lopez Brosche acknowledged that many supporters have urged her to run for mayor, and said  she is “keeping all options open” when it comes to her political future in Jacksonville.