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Floridians spilt on gay marriage, oppose legalizing pot
Florida voters are split on gay marriage and oppose legalizing marijuana, according to a state poll released Thursday.
Published on 12/20/12
Updated on 03/13/13
Poll says Gov. Rick Scott's re-election in jeopardy

Florida Gov. Rick Scott's chances for re-election are in jeopardy, a new poll shows.

Published on 12/19/12
Updated on 03/13/13
Gov. Scott says state needs to look at expanding early voting
TALLAHASSEE — After declining to use his emergency powers to expand early voting to ease hours-long waits last month, Gov. Rick Scott today said Florida should look at changing the new law he signed that cut the numbe...
Published on 12/19/12
Updated on 03/13/13
It's official: Former Gov. Charlie Crist is a Democrat

Charlie Crist is officially a Democrat after submitting a voter registration form to change is party affiliation, further fueling speculation he will run against Gov. Rick Scott in 2014.

Published on 12/13/12
Updated on 03/13/13
Crist may run again; GOP says its ready

Florida Republican Party leaders have a message for former Gov. Charlie Crist: Bring it on.

Published on 12/08/12
Updated on 03/13/13
Sen. Rubio's middle-class focus could reveal 2016 campaign strategy

In speeches this week that looked like the start of a 2016 presidential campaign, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio outlined his prescription for the financially ailing middle class.

Published on 12/07/12
Updated on 03/13/13
Florida lawmakers to hear from elections official on voting problems
TALLAHASSEE — Florida lawmakers will be hearing from the state's top elections official today about what improvements may be needed for future Election Days.
Published on 12/04/12
Updated on 03/14/13
Critics are latching on to state's election problems

Florida's Nov. 6 election fiasco is generating political fallout that appears likely to dominate the coming state legislative session and possibly affect the 2014 election.

Published on 11/14/12
Updated on 03/14/13
Partial recount changes little in Allen West House race
FORT PIERCE — A partial recount gave Rep. Allen West a slight bump Sunday in his fight to remain in Congress, but not enough to mandate a full review of ballots or to end threats of lawsuits from his campaign.
Published on 11/11/12
Updated on 03/14/13
Young, tech-savvy residents changing political landscape

Local politicians of all stripes agree on one thing: The county's economic future depends on luring greater numbers of young, tech-savvy workers to the sunny shores of Tampa Bay.

Published on 11/11/12
Updated on 03/14/13
Young, tech-savvy residents changing political landscape

Local politicians of all stripes agree on one thing: The county's economic future depends on luring greater numbers of young, tech-savvy workers to the sunny shores of Tampa Bay.

Published on 11/11/12
Updated on 03/14/13
Democrats claim victory in Fla. vote count; Romney won't concede

 Florida Democrats claimed a victory in Florida on Thursday even as election supervisors were still counting votes in the close race.

Published on 11/08/12
Updated on 03/14/13
No joke: Roseanne Barr gets 1,100 votes from Tampa Bay area

At least 1,101 people in Hillsborough and Pinellas counties thought the presidential election was a joke.

Published on 11/07/12
Updated on 03/14/13
Nation's election focus again turns to Florida

The eyes of the nation remained on Florida and a handful of other swing states late Tuesday, with the Sunshine State's 29 electoral votes among those that could have sent the presidential election either way.

Published on 11/07/12
Updated on 03/14/13
Eight of 11 Florida constitutional amendments fail

Florida voters rejected eight of 11 proposed constitutional amendments Tuesday, while three measures providing property tax relief for veterans, the spouses of first responders killed in the line of duty, and low-income ...

Published on 11/07/12
Updated on 03/14/13