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U.S. Representative Darren Soto will be leading a bipartisan Congressional delegation trip to Iraq this week to visit members of the Florida National Guard. This trip helps fulfills one of his first-term priorities of making sure Florida's warfighters in the field are receiving the support they need from Congress...
The Orange County Legislative Delegation will hold a local bill hearing and public meeting today at the Orange County Administration Center Commission Chambers, First Floor. The meeting will take place from 3pm-6pm.
Senate Reapportionment Chairman Don Gaetz, R-Niceville, apologized Friday for using hanging imagery in reference to lawsuits challenging new maps for legislative and congressional districts approved Thursday by the Senate.
Congresswoman Val Demings will hold a Town Hall in Apopka Tuesday night for Congressional District 10 constituents. While on recess from Congress, Representative Demings has been active around the area including riding through her district on her Harley-Davidson Road King Classic. Tonight, the Congresswoman wants to hear from her...
Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson easily won a third term on Tuesday, defeating Republican U.S. Rep. Connie Mack, whose name recognition as the son of a well-liked former senator didn't pay off.
In the GOP stronghold of coastal southwest Florida, Republican voters will have plenty of choices in the new 19th Congressional District when they vote in Tuesday's primary.
The GOP-controlled Legislature approved a measure that drastically limits how many classes have to meet the state's class size requirements, thus effectively ignoring the will of Florida voters to limit class sizes.
As yet another corruption scandal swirls around Gov. Rick Scott, on Tuesday, Senator Geraldine Thompson (District 12) and Rep. Victor Torres (District 48), slammed Scott's 'crime' tour saying, he should instead focus on keeping his administration safe from double-dealing and fraud and helping Florida's middle class.
Florida Governor Rick Scott says he would like to cut the state budget by $100 million next year.