FloridaPolitics.com reports that Florida Gov. Rick Scott has named Bennett Barrow to the Tampa-Hillsborough County Expressway Authority. “The 36-year-old Barrow is vice president of Barrow Asset Management. He received his bachelor’s...Show More Summary
The Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead was pretty grim as Rick and Co. suffered some major losses at the hands of Negan. According to the showrunner, the second episode will have some key differences from the first.
As Hurricane Matthew barreled toward Florida earlier this month, Gov. Rick Scott urged 1.5 million residents to evacuate … just as the state’s voter registration period was set to close. Voting rights advocates urged Scott to extendShow More Summary
The courts are not looking kindly at Florida Gov. Rick Scott's multiple efforts to keep people—primarily Democrats—from voting. Last week, his refusal to extend the voter registration deadline in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew was denied, and voter registration continues into this week. Show More Summary
Poor Rick Scott! The Florida Republican governor had just one job this election season: Vigorously enforce the state’s voter disenfranchisement laws to disqualify as many Democratic votes as possible. Unfortunately for Scott, over the weekend, U.S. Show More Summary
With 25 days left to go in this election, Democrats have all the enthusiasm in voter registrations and early voting in Florida. MIAMI — Approximately 311,000 Floridians cast absentee ballots by Friday morning in the nation’s biggestShow More Summary
BUT WE SENT PLANELOADS OF CASH TO IRAN: Florida governor: We’re still waiting for Zika money. Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) is accusing federal health officials of holding up money to fight Zika as the state combats its latest outbreak of the virus. “It has been two weeks since federal funding to fight Zika was […]
Florida health officials have identified another Miami neighborhood where mosquitoes have spread the Zika virus to people. Gov. Rick Scott's office announced Thursday that five people have been infected with Zika in a 1-square-mile area of the city just north of the Little Haiti neighborhood. Four of the cases were previously announced...
Governor Rick Scott says federal funding is still needed
(AP) — A federal judge on Wednesday extended voter registration until Oct. 18 in the battleground state of Florida, due to the disruption and damage from Hurricane Matthew. Democrats late last week asked Republican Gov. Rick Scott to...Show More Summary
On Friday Florida Gov. Rick Scott refused a request by the Clinton campaign to extend the state's voter registration deadline which was scheduled to end today. The request was in recognition of a humongous hurricane coming and maybe getting registered to vote was taking a back seat to evacuating for some people. Show More Summary
Florida's Republican Governor Rick Scott thought he could take advantage of Hurricane Matthew to disenfranchise Democratic voters in time for the presidential election, but yesterday a federal judge said "nope." Florida Gov. Rick Scott...Show More Summary
Gov. Rick Scott previously said Floridians "had enough time" before the Oct. 6 evacuation orders
The U.S. District Court for Florida’s Northern District extended the state’s voter registration to Wednesday evening after Gov. Rick Scott (R) refused to do so in anticipation of Hurricane Matthew. The state’s voter registration deadline will now be extended from Tuesday to Wednesday at 5 p.m. Show More Summary
A federal court stepped in and extended the voter registration deadline in Florida Monday, after more than a million people were ordered to evacuate last week before the arrival of Hurricane Matthew. Florida Gov. Rick Scott had denied...Show More Summary
Today, HRC President Chad Griffin called on Florida Governor Rick Scott to extend the state's voter registration deadline to give all Floridians impacted by Hurricane Matthew the opportunity to vote in the 2016 elections. Last week,Show More Summary
While the national media on Friday joined Hillary Clinton’s crusade to force Florida Governor Rick Scott to extend voter registration in the state in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, anchors and reporters forgot to mention that the such a move would actually be illegal under Florida law.
Click here for reuse options! Thanks to the climate crisis, storms like Hurricane Matthew are becoming more and more severe. Florida Gov. Rick Scott has been busy warning millions of people for days now to evacuate their homes, with good reason. Show More Summary
Florida Gov. Rick Scott, chairman of the national super PAC supporting Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, on Friday condemned t...
As Florida Governor Rick Scott has called on every available resource in his state to help with Hurricane Matthew, Clinton campaign lawyers are apparently already bombarding him with requests to extend the voter registration deadline of October 11. Show More Summary