St. Pete voters weigh in on governor, medical marijuana and Greenlight Pinellas
Today’s Last Call featured an interview with Tampa Bay Times columnist Daniel Ruth on the November 4th election
Today is Election Day and Radioactivity will discuss the race for governor and some of the other state and local races.
Pinellas County Commission race tight between Gerard and Hooper: poll
Poll suggests Greenlight Pinellas transit referendum could lose big
Bill Clinton urges Tampa to the vote out and vote for Charlie Crist for governor.
On Friday morning, Governor Rick Scott made a campaign stop in New Tampa. As part of a state-wide tour, the Republican is encouraging voters to cast their ballots early.
On Thursday morning, a parking lot off Manhattan Avenue became a pulpit for campaign speeches. Standing outside the Platt Library, Pat Kemp thanked her campaign volunteers. The lawyer is running for Hillsborough County Commission.
Tens of thousands in Hillsborough have voted by mail as early voting set to begin
Moral Mondays will kick off voter mobilization in St. Petersburg
Consumers and environmentalists to protest Rick Scott in St. Pete Thursday
Many Pinellas ballots have name of candidate who dropped out
Mayor Buckhorn responds to having a reelection challenger from Occupy Tampa
Occupy Tampa activist is challenging Bob Buckhorn for Tampa mayor
League of Women Voters upset judge accepts redrawn Florida Congressional districts
State Representative Kathleen Peters announced Tuesday morning, from Pinellas Park, she is one of six people running in the special election to replace Bill Young in Congress.
There are twelve presidential candidates on the Florida ballot, not counting write-ins. You know about the Democrat and the Republican and we’ve also brought you the voices of the presidential candidates from the Libertarian, Green, Constitution and Justice Parties. But there’s also a new political party called the Party for Socialism and Liberation. Thursday I… Read more »