Results are too close to call in the race for State Senate District 19. Only several hundred votes separate State Representative Darryl Rouson of St. Petersburg from Tampa Representative Ed Narain. A recount is expected.
Now that the results are in from Florida's primaries, let's take a look at some of the claims from politicians who are continuing to vie for your vote in November. WUSF's Steve Newborn talks with PolitiFact Florida's Josh Gillen about recent comments from U.S. Senate candidate Patrick Murphy and the Republican Party of Florida.
It's a battle for the middle class in this year's presidential election, so both campaigns are lobbing broadsides against each other.
Senator Marco Rubio supporters celebrated the incumbent’s victory in the G-O-P primary race for his current seat. During a watch party tonight in Kissimmee Rubio thanked voters for getting his one step closer to a return to Washington.
Longtime supporter Carlos Cabrera said Rubio is the only candidate for the seat.
“He is very important in the Senate because if we lose the Senate, the country is going to be controlled by Supreme Court justices that are going to issue laws of their own for a generation,” said Cabrera.
When people in the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, it sent ripples surging across the pond. With about 1.7 million British visitors per year, and hundreds of thousands of British homeowners here, they've had an oversized impact on tourism, real estate and investment. How will the British decision to leave the EU affect Florida's economy?