‘Clear power grab’: Voting advocate critical after Gov. DeSantis expands jurisdiction of statewide prosecutor in potential election crimes
Brad Ashwell, Florida's state leader at the non-partisan group All Voting is Local, criticizes the recent signing of SB 4B which expands the Office of Statewide Prosecution’s authority to investigate and prosecute certain crimes related to voting, petition activities and voter registration.
The challenges that the next mayor of Jacksonville will face; Meet the Black man trying to change the minds of hate group members
Mayoral candidate Frank Keasler pitches his priorities, our political analysist breaks down the challenges of the next mayor and meet the Black man who is trying to change the minds of hate group members.
Musician, lecturer Daryl Davis on why he talks with members of hate groups to change their perspective about people of color
This Week In Jacksonville host Kent Justice sits down with Daryl Davis, a musician, lecturer. and Black man who thrives on diving deep into conversations with people devoted to hate and offer them a chance to change their perspective about people of color.
Jacksonville City Councilwoman explains why she won't run again after redistricting; What questions should you ask city leaders as election approaches?
Candidate qualifying is complete and voters in Jacksonville will have decisions to make in the March election. What are the right questions to ask about the men and women running for office? Plus, the effects of the city's redistricting for council and school board seats. District 10 city council member Brenda Priestly Jackson will not run again, and she explains.
Longtime editor at Florida Times-Union reflects on career of public service journalism; How JSO is working to improve public safety
A longtime editor at Florida Times-Union reflects on her career of public service journalism after stepping down from role. And two JSO leaders talk about how the agency is working to solve more cases and improve public safety.
JU president says new medical school will be economic catalyst; Georgia Senate runoff enters final stretch
A major announcement came this week: JU says it’s partnering with the largest medical school in America. And we’re nearing a conclusion to our Vote 2022 coverage as Georgia’s U.S. Senate runoff election finishes this coming Tuesday.