Florida Redistricting (Part Two)
An important update on Florida’s Redistricting: Republican leaders in the Florida Legislature on Tuesday asked the federal government to sign off on a pair of voter-approved constitutional amendments requiring lawmakers to draw nonpartisan political districts. The move comes three months after Gov. Rick Scott drew partisan criticism – and was quickly sued – for quietly withdrawing the application submitted by former Gov. Charlie Crist.
Corrine Brown And Mario Diaz-Balart Sue To Halt Amendment 6
Tom Tillison Orlando Political Press In a pro-conservative wave of voter sentiment, against a solid, hard working competitor, Democrat Rep. Corrine Brown won another term in Congress on Tuesday in an overwhelming manner. After voting in favor of ObamaCare, which is slowly dismantling the greatest healthcare system in the world, voting to support Cap and Trade, the largest energy tax in the history of this country | Read More »
Democrat Party Offering Free Meal For Vote In Orlando
By Tom Tillison Orlando Political Press On Saturday, at a polling location near downtown Orlando, the Democrat Party ground game was out in force. The goal was simple, cast your ballot for the Democrat ticket. For voters who have not been paying attention and are unsure of who to vote for, the team was handing out sample ballots that already have the selections made. No need to think, | Read More »