GOP Has Early Lead In Mail-In Ballots For August 28 Primaries

Aug 7, 2018

Nearly 260,000 people have already voted in the Aug. 28 primary elections, with Republicans having an early edge over Democrats in returning vote-by-mail ballots, according to figures updated Monday morning by the Florida Division of Elections.

The 2016 Democratic primary election in Broward County may have passed without any technical glitches, but one candidate maintains a federal law was broken after the fact.

Democratic candidate Tim Canova ran against Debbie Wasserman Schultz for her congressional seat, which covers portions of Broward and Miami-Dade counties on Aug. 30, 2016. 

A Florida Democrat wants to impose the same fundraising restrictions legislators face each session on the state’s cabinet officials.

Post-Election Anxiety

Nov 16, 2016
Guests (from left): Martha Bireda, Dorris Cortese, Mohammad Al-Darsani, Leonardo Garcia, incoming Gulf Coast Live host Julie Glenn, Alex Pilkington, Arlene Goldberg, Carmen S. Salome, Emma Bansley, Gulf Coast Live host John Davis.
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The election of Donald Trump represents unknown territory in American politics. After a vitriolic campaign the Republican nominee was swept into office in what has been called one of the biggest political upsets in American history.

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Ballot amendments, state and national races, and a divisive presidential race: the 2016 general election has come and gone, but how did Florida vote? And how does voters feel the day after the election?