On Tuesday, the U.S. House passed without opposition a resolution from two Florida representatives urging Germany to “fulfill its moral responsibility to Holocaust survivors and urgently provide the financial resources necessary to ensure that Survivors live in dignity and comfort in their remaining years.”
A new poll shows Marco Rubio will have a tough fight if he runs for a second term in the Senate.
While Rubio closed the door to running for a second term, pressure is building on him to run again. Republican leaders including presumptive presidential candidate Donald Trump, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky and the NRSC have been pushing Rubio to seek another term.
Florida, the largest swing state on the map, will be up for grabs in November, a new poll shows.
Democratic aligned Public Policy Polling (PPP) released a poll on Tuesday showing the Sunshine State is very close. Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump edges like Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton 45 percent to 44 percent in the poll.
If Marco Rubio doesn’t run for a second term in the Senate, there’s no clear favorite for the Republican nomination, a new poll shows.
A new poll shows Patrick Murphy with the edge over congressional colleague Alan Grayson as Florida Democrats mull over who they want to run for the Senate in November.
Conservative leader Dan Bongino, an ally of former U.S. Rep. Allen West, R-Fla., is running for Congress.
If Marco Rubio decides to run for a second term in the Senate, he would start with some major support, a new poll shows.
Gary Johnson has the chance to expand the Libertarian Party’s reach in the Sunshine State.
If Democrats want to nail down Florida in November, Joe Biden might offer them their best chance.
“We have a message for politicians in Florida, and across the country," says Planned Parenthood. "You cannot strip health care from thousands of people and expect to get away with it.”
Planned Parenthood, the nation’s leading and probably most controversial "provider and advocate of high-quality, affordable health care for women, men, and young people," filed its 16th lawsuit since July to protect or expand access to care at its health centers.