By Katie Garwood | email@example.com If weren’t for the final gubernatorial debate taking place on his campus at Broward College, Deyonn Daniels may not have been quite as informed on the race between Republican Ron DeSantis and Democrat Andrew Gillum. Daniels, 21, has been reading…
By Troy MacNeill firstname.lastname@example.org ST. AUGUSTINE – This year’s presidential race was unlike any election in recent memory. The 2016 election was more like a Comedy Central roast rather than a political race. Hateful rhetoric and mean-spirited one-liners from each candidate only proved one thing:…
By Max Charles email@example.com Florida voters have waited to two long years to get another crack at passing a medical marijuana legalization amendment that failed to pass in 2014. The amendment required at least 60 percent majority of the vote to pass. The amendment passed…
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I’m a young conservative woman. I know I’m in the minority. But it breaks my heart when I hear the “War on Women” rhetoric because none of it is remotely true. I care deeply about my own gender, and it rubs me the wrong way when I hear women on the other side call conservative women idiots.
By Tiffanie Reynolds | email@example.com
Out of the 955 people that stood in line outside of the Ketterlinus Elementary School Gymnasium, many said Obama’s policies on education and health care are what is spurring their support.
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Vice President Joe Biden will speak in St. Augustine on Saturday, Oct. 20, less than three weeks before Election Day on Nov. 6.
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Ken Walsh, the chief White House Correspondent for the U.S. News and World Report, said the 2012 election will come down to one major decision: change or continuity.
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Annette Cappella, chair of the St. Johns Democratic Party thinks the former Alaska governor, Sarah Palin needs more studying.
Palin announced that she is considering running for president in 2012, firing up Republicans, Democrats and Tea Partiers.