Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis sworn in for second term
Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, a potential 2024 presidential candidate, was sworn in to a second term Tuesday, saying freedom lives in Florida. The ceremony took place after Florida's three independently election Cabinet members were sworn in. DeSantis defeated Democrat Charlie Crist, a former Republican governor and Democratic congressman, by more than 29 percentage points in November.news.yahoo.com
Biden tears into GOP, labels DeSantis ‘Trump incarnate'
President Joe Biden has lashed out at Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis as “Donald Trump incarnate,” zeroing in on a potential 2024 GOP presidential contender as he campaigns for Democrats facing uphill fights in next week’s midterm election.
Elon Musk makes big changes to Twitter, Dems' midterm fears worsen and more top headlines
Continue reading …HALLOWEEN SCARE- Dems’ midterm fears worsen as favor appears to shift to GOP. Continue reading …‘I’M ALL FOR IT’ - Tim Ryan's pledges to release 'all the nonviolent criminals,' slash prison numbers continue to haunt him. Continue reading …Click here for more cartoons…MEDIA‘IT’S A LIE’ – Georgia official blasts Dems ‘Jim Crow 2.0’ narrative. Continue reading …TUCKER CARLSON - Thanks to Biden's religious war in Ukraine, the US is about to run out of diesel fuel. Continue reading …LAURA INGRAHAM - Thank God we have a system where the people, not Washington dinosaurs, choose representatives.foxnews.com
Dodge, deny or fib: Candidates stay vague on 2024 plans
Presidential aspirants running for reelection while dreaming of the highest office in the land often face an uncomfortable question: Will they commit to serving a full term — should they win one — when their best moment to take a shot at the White House may come sooner than that.
Gov. DeSantis, Charlie Crist go head-to-head on pressing issues in first, only debate before midterm election
Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis and Democratic nominee Charlie Crist faced off Monday night in a debate that focused on a lot of issues from hurricane recovery and COVID-19 response to criminal justice.
DeSantis drops provocations -- for now -- in response to Ian
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has whipsawed his way through the national conversation this month, first by putting migrants on planes or buses to Democratic strongholds and then shifting to a more traditional role of crisis manager as one of the strongest hurricanes to ever hit the U.S. barreled into his state.
Florida Supreme Court justice retention
Once nominated by the governor and ratified by the legislature, Florida Supreme Court justices face the voters in a “yes” or “no” vote as to whether they should remain in office in the first general election after selection and again every six years. (More about the process in the Supreme Court’s Guide for Florida Voters.)
Ron DeSantis' Martha's Vineyard stunt gives Republicans the midterm fight they crave and takes focus off Trump 2024 and abortion rights, GOP operatives say
Democrats have been feeling more confident about their midterm prospects, but they have a polling deficit on immigration that's now leading the news cycle.news.yahoo.com
I-TEAM: Gov. DeSantis gets backlash from Hispanic leaders and political challenger Charlie Crist over transporting migrants
On the heels of a federal lawsuit filed against Governor Ron DeSantis, the State of Florida and other state officials over transporting 50 migrants to Martha’s Vineyard from Texas… DeSantis’ challenger in the governor’s race - Charlie Crist - held a virtual meeting with leaders in the Hispanic community. They allege the migrants were misled before boarding the planes, which they say is a violation of the law.
My cousin died in the Parkland shooting, which is why Floridians should elect Charlie Crist | Opinion
We are at a breaking point in Florida. Active-shooter drills have become my generation’s nuclear “duck and cover” exercises. And while children are still dying in their classrooms, Gov. DeSantis’ only concern is with school safety and mental health, while ignoring the real crux of the problem, easy access to weapons of war.news.yahoo.com
Charlie Crist's running mate: Being 'sp-ed teacher' 'qualifies me to deal with the dysfunctional legislature'
Charlie Crist's running mate Karla Hernández-Mats suggests her background as a special education teacher makes her qualified to be Florida's lieutenant governor to handle "dysfunction."foxnews.com
During stop in Jacksonville, Crist discusses plan to take on property insurance crisis in Florida
Charlie Crist, the Democratic nominee for Florida governor, held a news conference Wednesday in Jacksonville, saying he has tackled property insurance in Florida before and he would do it again as governor.
DeSantis seeks dismissal of suit by suspended prosecutor
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis wants a federal judge to throw out a free speech lawsuit filed by a Democratic prosecutor he suspended from office over statements about not pursuing criminal charges in abortion, transgender rights and certain low-level cases.
Sources: Crist picks teachers union leader as running mate
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Charlie Crist is expected to announce that he has chosen the Miami-Dade County teachers union president to be his running mate as he challenges Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, two people close to the campaign said Friday. United Teachers of Dade President Karla Hernandez-Mats will be announced as Crist's running mate on Saturday, according to the people, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the announcement hasn't been made yet. The pick will guarantee DeSantis' education policy is an issue in the campaign.news.yahoo.com
Florida Democrats choose Rep. Crist to challenge DeSantis
U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist has won the Democratic nomination for governor in Florida, putting him in position to challenge Gov. Ron DeSantis this fall in a campaign that the Republican incumbent is eyeing as the first step toward a potential White House run.
UNF poll: Fried leads Crist in Democratic governor’s primary; cost of living a top concern of Florida voters
A new poll conducted by the Public Option Research Lab (PORL) at the University of North Florida finds gubernatorial candidate Nikki Fried, Florida’s agriculture commissioner, ahead of former Gov. Charlie Crist in the Democratic primary -- but still seven points behind Republican incumbent Gov. Ron DeSantis in a race among registered voters.