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Florida News: 2018 ELECTIONS
November 6 is getting closer and closer, and as election season heats up voters all over Florida are coming to a decision about who to vote for in important races.
In the past few elections, Florida has been so close that one percentage point has separated the two closest candidates. Watching Election Night was a matter of watching that percentage point waver.
Ardian Zika, the Republican candidate in the race for the Florida House of Representatives for district 37, has already garnered a number of endorsements in his bid to replace the term-limited Richard Corcoran. On Friday, Zika picked up his biggest yet when US Senator Marco Rubio endorsed him in his race against Democrat Tammy Garcia.
Election officials and federal cybersecurity agents are touting improved collaboration aimed at confronting and deterring efforts to tamper with elections.
A new poll shows a slight edge for Gov. Rick Scott over U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., in one of the most important Senate races in the nation while Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum is ahead of former U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., in the gubernatorial race.
At a candidate forum put on by the West Pasco Republican Club on Tuesday evening, State House candidates for District 37 Ardian Zika and Elle Rudisill explained their platforms to a motivated audience in advance of the August 28 primary.
In another critical endorsement just one month ahead of the Republican primary in Florida, the Florida Chamber of Commerce has endorsed Ardian Zika in his race for the soon to be vacant Florida House of Representatives seat in district 37.
For the first half of their second debate, four contenders for Florida's Democratic gubernatorial nomination were about as civil as can be Saturday night and hardly differed on issues of restoring voting rights to former convicts and opposition to for-profit charter schools.
Republican candidate for Florida State Representative Ardian Zika received a critical endorsement on Tuesday when former secretary of the Florida Department of Elder Affairs publicly championed the candidacy.
Florida voters will have a chance to ban vaping in restaurants and other businesses, prohibit oil drilling in state waters, create a list of crime victims’ rights and give free state university tuition to the spouses and children of first responders who die on the job.
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