WASHINGTON -- A top aide to Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) directed staff not to let a prominent gun control advocate get on the phone with the senator to discuss a bill that would bar suspected terrorists from buying guns -- less than two weeks after the worst mass shooting in U.S. Show More Summary
Rubio This week, Florida Senator Marco Rubio yielded to the pleas of months of entreaties from colleagues, former rivals and fellow Republicans by agreeing to stand for re-election to his Senate seat. While no one could predict what Rubio would ultimately do leading up to the announcement, few on either were ultimately surprised. Still, because [...]Show More Summary
If only there had been this level of cooperation during the primary run for the presidency, that narrowed field may have more adequately revealed the ludicrous notion of allowing a slow witted reality TV star to capture the GOP nomination. Show More Summary
Campaign Action Despite telling the people of Florida that he wasn’t going to run for his old position in the Senate, despite luring his BFF into running for the slot, and despite repeatedly confirming his lack of interest in resuming...Show More Summary
Beruff, 58, is making his maiden run for office as an outsider with a decidedly Trumpian bent.
(AP) — Businessman Todd Wilcox is dropping out of Florida's Senate race and will back Marco Rubio, who decided at the last minute to run for re-election. On Wednesday, two days before the deadline to get on the ballot, Rubio announced he changed his mind.
Even as Hillary Clinton seemed to clinch the Democratic nomination, cable news shows barely had women on to discuss this moment. Also this week, Sen. Marco Rubio announced that his political aspirations didn't end with his presidential run. The post Campaign Week in Review: Cable News Turned Mostly to Men to Discuss Clinton’s Historic Moment appeared first on Rewire.
Carlos Beruff is not mincing words when it comes to Marco Rubio’s decision to run for reelection after spending nearly two years saying he would not do so if he ran for president. “People have to go [to Congress] for a purpose that is...Show More Summary
Yesterday, Senator Marco Rubio made the right decision to not sulk like Achilles in his tent and announced he would run for re-election. Rubio was always one of my top choices this primary season, he’s an immense talent and it would be a shame if the GOP, in this moment of flux and danger, lost him to a lobbying or law firm. Show More Summary
Marco Rubio has announced that he will run for re-election for the Senate seat he originally said he would be giving up. This is welcome news for the Republican party who will be trying to maintain their hold on the Senate in the November 2016 election. Show More Summary
Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) “won’t endorse Sen. Marco Rubio’s newly announced reelection bid, painting the incumbent’s Republican opponent as a good friend, businessman and an outsider,” Politico reports.
Marco Rubio broke his promise to voters in the most Rubio-eque way possible.
Democratic Rep. Patrick Murphy, who’s running for Sen. Marco Rubio’s seat in Florida, may have a problem on his hands this campaign season: he’s...
Marco Rubio is back in the Senate? His close friend, current Florida Lieutenant Governor Carlos Lopez-Cantera, will drop out to allow Rubio to challenge House Democratic Representative Patrick Murphy for Rubio’s almost-vacated Senate seat.
In his statement explaining his decision to run for reelection, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) declared: “With Hillary Clinton, we would have four more years of the same failed economic policies that have left us with a stagnant economy. We would have four more years of the same failed foreign policy that has allowed radical Islam […]
Leading Off: ? FL-Sen: Just a month ago, Marco Rubio tweeted, "I have only said like 10000 times I will be a private citizen in January." And yet, on Wednesday, Rubio announced that he would reverse his longstanding promise not to seek re-election and would in fact run for a second term in the Senate. Show More Summary
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Marco Rubio missed a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing Wednesday morning — at the same time he was announcing plans to run for reelection. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Much of the conversation today about Marco Rubio’s re-election bid - aside from talk about Rubio’s past promises and future plans - has focused on two facts: Rubio polls much better in this race than other Republicans, but he faces a...Show More Summary
Just a month ago, Marco Rubio tweeted, "I have only said like 10000 times I will be a private citizen in January." And yet on Wednesday, Rubio announced that he would reverse his longstanding promise not to seek re-election and would in fact run for a second term in the Senate. Show More Summary