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Why is it so difficult to get Democrat Pat Kemp and Republican Tim Schock on a debate stage together?
The Hillsborough County Democratic Party will be giving an unprecedented $100,000 to local Democratic candidates, the result of an unusually successful fundraising year.
Eight years into his political career, Jose Vazquez may best be known as the candidate who once filed campaign papers from behind bars.
TAMPA — At a glance, the referendum Tampa voters will decide on Nov. 8 might not seem far-reaching: Should the city change its charter to give the City Council the authority to order up internal audits of city operations?
TAMPA — The Public Transportation Commission is already under fire for using workers from taxicab and limousine firms in May sting operations targeting drivers from their competitors, Uber and Lyft.
TAMPA — U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio visited J.C. Newman Cigar Co. in Ybor City on Wednesday morning to draw attention to new U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations opposed by cigar manufacturers.
TALLAHASSEE — Donald Trump’s incendiary talk about a “rigged election” is causing anger and frustration among election experts across Florida, who have spent years restoring faith in voting in the state that became notorio...
As the American public cringed through Sunday’s presidential debate and the depths to which political discourse has sunk, a plucky plastic surgeon named Rich Castellano plopped numbers into a spreadsheet.
Since 2010, when Rick Scott was first elected governor of our fair state, he has been at the forefront of multiple efforts to suppress voting rights.
TAMPA — Millennials, the young and youngish, are much more than college students living on campus or with their parents.
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