A Florida Politics Blog
Made fresh, never frozen, here's the juice on local and state politics from the staff of The Tampa Tribune, The St. Petersburg Tribune and the Tribune/Scripps Capital Bureau.
A Tallahassee public-relations firm announced on its website it was dropping a $375,000 lawsuit against former client Eric Brody, a brain-damaged and paralyzed Broward County man.
When James Webb Baker Jr. read about Gov. Rick Scott’s efforts to purge voter registration roles of ineligible voters, he got mad.
The Florida Press Center – the capital’s home-away-from-home for many of the state’s newspapers, wire services and television and radio stations – is no longer for sale.
Charlie Crist’s independent committee, Charlie Crist for Florida, just dropped a $2.5 million donation to the Florida Democratic Party, following a $1.5 million donation a week ago....
George Sheldon, the Democratic candidate for attorney general, Tuesday announced the formation of a bipartisan panel supporting him.
As a prosecutor, Pam Bondi saw crime and brutality fueled by drugs.
Bay Area Legal Services will receive nearly $500,000 under the STOP Violence Against Women grants initiative, Congresswoman Kathy Castor announced on Monday.
Gov. Rick Scott leads former Gov. Charlie Crist 43-41 percent, with Libertarian Adrian Wyllie drawing 4 percent, in a new poll by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research.
Officials named as defendants in two federal lawsuits challenging Florida’s gay marriage ban are appealing a ruling last month that declared the ban unconstitutional.
Two new polls this week differ on the state of the governor’s race, one showing a tie and one showing Rick Scott with a 5-point lead over Charlie Crist.