Friday, September 18, 2020

No surprise: Rubio returning to Senate

BY JEREMY WALLACE KRISTEN M. CLARK AND DAVID OVALLE MIAMI HERALD/TNS MIAMI – Republican Marco Rubio is headed back to the U.S. Senate with his prospects of...

More winners and losers of 2016 election cycle

A look at others who impacted the presidential race BY CHRIS MEGERIAN LOS ANGELES TIMES TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE Not many survived this tumultuous and dispiriting race with their...

#BLACKVOTESMATTER

As Donald Trump unveils his ‘New Deal for Black America,’ Democrats make a mad dash around the state to get Black Floridians to the...

What to take to the polls

In order to vote at the polls during early voting or on Election Day, you must show a photo and signature identification. Acceptable forms...

No right to vote

Felony convictions disenfranchise 1.7 million Floridians BY ALEXANDRA CLINTON FLORIDA CENTER FOR INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING For Roderick Kemp, an African-American living in Fort Lauderdale, the 2008 presidential election...

Intimidating and discrimination at the polls?

Activist predicts ‘the  most chaotic election  for people of  color in 50 years’ BY TONY PUGH TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON – Voting rights advocates are urging state...

The man behind Clinton’s plan

Marlon Marshall is the most senior African-American on either presidential campaign. He has helped navigate the presidential nominee through uncharted territory. BY MICHAEL A. MEMOLI TRIBUNE...

Presidential battle could extend past Tuesday

Both sides have lawyered up in case the election is contested. BY MARK NIQUETTE AND MARGARET TALEV BLOOMBERG NEWS/TNS Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are arming up for...

Crist and Jolly battle it out in swing district

Former governor facing Republican for redrawn congressional seat BY DARA KAM THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – Being abandoned by national party leaders may be a...