Election 2018

Provided by Sally Young

Some Duval County voters are experiencing difficulty with their mail-in ballots for the November 6 general election.

Judge Rules Against Democrats On Extended Registration

Oct 11, 2018

A federal judge has rejected a request from the Florida Democratic Party to force the state to extend a voter-registration deadline because of Hurricane Michael.

JEA building.
News4Jax

In the November general election voters in Jacksonville will get the chance to tell the City Council whether or not they want their voices to be heard in any possible future discussions regarding the sale of the public utility company JEA.

Via News Service of Florida

Amid a sharply partisan backdrop overshadowing nearly everything else on the ballot, Florida voters are being asked this year to settle a long-running dispute that could result in the elimination of dog racing in the state.

BRENDAN RIVERS / WJCT NEWS

Members of Jacksonville’s Hispanic community got to meet with and hear from several candidates for state and federal offices at a forum on Tuesday night.

Kevin Meerschaert / WJCT News

Attorney Ges Selmont of Ponte Vedra Beach is the Democrat trying to unseat incumbent Republican Congressman John Rutherford.

Keith Ivey / Flickr

The group Florida Realtors has poured $6.6 million into its political committee aimed at Amendment 2’s passage.

Duval County Supervisor of Elections

Keith Ivey has an image in his mind he can’t let go of.

Duval Soil & Water

The Duval Soil and Water Conservation District Board has three openings to fill in the November 6 general election.

Three proposals on the November ballot that would make tax-related changes to the state Constitution have drawn conflicting views from the real-estate industry, local governments and other groups about the measures’ potential economic impacts.

Longtime Republican strategist Mac Stipanovich says the Florida governor’s race between Democrat Andrew Gillum and Republican Ron DeSantis  is shaping up to be an echo of the 2016 presidential race.

CAMPAIGN PHOTOS

The Florida Roundup expands this week as we welcome stations around the state that are picking up the weekly news program produced by WJCT in Jacksonville and WLRN in Miami.

FLGOV.COM AND SENATE.GOV

Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Bill Nelson of Florida has a razor-thin lead against GOP challenger Gov. Rick Scott in the latest Mason-Dixon poll.

The push to get out the vote is in full force, as vote-by-mail ballots hit local post offices on Tuesday.

Women are running for office in historic numbers this year.

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