Kent Justice, This Week in Jacksonville
  Every Sunday at 9 a.m., This Week in Jacksonville reviews the top stories and political developments in Northeast Florida and host Kent Justice talks to newsmakers about the impact on our community.

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The race for mayor is on

We examine the race for mayor of Jacksonville and the latest television ads and yard signs. And as lawmakers make their their pilgrimage to the state capital as the 60-day legislative session, a preview from the former lieutenant governor and state Senator. Plus, a discussion of funding for medical research and medical tourism.

New Plan for the Shipyards and the Jaguars Future

Jaguars Owner Shad Khan joins Kent Justice one-on-one tackling many issues including a new world class vision to revamp the downtown shipyards area, improving the entertainment experience and the state of the Jaguars.

Changing veterans lives

A local man creates GratitudeAmerica, giving veterans the chance to return home -- heart, mind, and soul. Plus, Jeb Bush back in Florida to raise money for his PAC and we talk about the last day to sign up for Affordable Health Care.

Who's in Better Position To Run For President?

The probability of Hilary, Jeb and Marco all putting their hat in the race for President is looming large, we take a look at who is better suited. Plus, Ability Housing is expanding to Central Florida, and we sit down with FSCJ president a year into her new role.

Who is in best position to run for president?

The probability of Hilary, Jeb, and Marco all putting their hat in the race for President is looming large. We sit down with Rep. Ron DeSantis for a discussion of who is better suited. Plus, Ability Housing is expanding to Central Florida and FSCJ president discusses her first year in that role.

Documentary examines black history in Oldest City

Looking into the first civil rights legislation in the new world and connections it has to the local community. We also talk about the documentary Journey: 450 Years, which airs Tuesday night at 8:30 p.m. on The Local Station.

Young gun takes aim at Florida Senate seat

Looking into the 28-year-old taking a shot at the Senate seat left vacant when John Thrasher took his news job as president of FSU> We also analyze the president's State of the Union address.

Possible online voting registration?

Panel discusses the possibility of online voting registration, the potential field of candidates for president in 2016 and deepening the St. John's River channel.

Swearing In

Governor Scott is sworn in but not without controversy, we talk with a group of attorneys about Gov. Scott's decision not to remove Public Defender Matt Shirk from office. We also talk with Mayor Alvin Brown about his decision to attend Gov. Scott's Inauguration.

Looking ahead into 2015

Taking a look a the important events that are planned to take place in 2015, including a local government race, as well as potential candidates for the presidential elections.

Women Leading Out

Today we talk about women who are leading in their careers, specifically in the Navy, politics, and coaching

The Mayoral Race Heats Up

We give you the a look at the three candidates fighting to gain or regain control of the Mayoral seat


Election 2014 Extras

  • America's most political states

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    It's Election Day! Find out which state has the most passionate voters.

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    States with early voting

    If you live in one of these 33 places, you can cast your ballot early in the upcoming midterm elections.

  • Library of Congress

    Abraham Lincoln

    Republican Party history

    The Republican Party is the second oldest currently existing political party in the U.S. behind the Democratic Party. Take a look at a timeline of the key dates, events, leaders and policies that make up the history of the Republican Party.

  • CNN

    History's steamiest political sex scandals

    Politics has been marred by sex scandals throughout American history. Take a look at some of the steamiest.