After falling behind Democratic nominee Joe Biden in May, U.S. President Donald Trump has surged back into a virtual dead heat in the battleground Sunshine State, according to a statewide survey of registered Florida voters by the Florida Atlantic University… Read More ›
On November 3, 2020, Florida voters will choose who they would like to see occupy the White House for the next four years. They include 13 qualified candidates, though only 7 names will appear on the ballot as the remaining… Read More ›
Florida House District 90 encompasses much of the area between I-95 to the Florida Turnpike and from Boynton Beach to West Palm Beach. The district has approximately 160,000 residents, and voters in the district will decide whether to send incumbent… Read More ›
The most recent NBC/Marist poll for the presidential election came out this week, and it is flawed. The organization polled 1,146 registered Florida voters with 35 percent responding they consider themselves independent voters, 33 percent Republican, and 31 percent as… Read More ›
Florida State House District 88 encompasses a jagged line stretching from Lake Park down to Delray Beach. In looking at the map of many state districts, including District 88, one would never guess we passed a constitutional amendment to end… Read More ›
Florida State House District 91 has a population of just under 157,000 Floridians and encompasses a fair amount of Southern Palm Beach County. It is one of the less gerrymandered districts in the state going from Boca Del Mar up… Read More ›
Yesterday, September 10, 2020, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designated four Russia-linked individuals for attempting to influence the U.S. electoral process. Russia uses a variety of proxies to sow discord between political parties… Read More ›
Commentary: Of the three presidential candidates, who would maximize the freedoms of individuals in America?
Joe Biden and Donald Trump both support for nationalistic and protectionist policies. Much of Biden’s “Bold Vision” on his website could have been taken from Trump’s vision for America — almost verbatim when it comes to Made in America, creating millions of American jobs, etc. Both Biden and Trump have been fear-mongering during their campaigns, while Jorgensen has been promoting her ideas.
The Commission on Presidential Debates which comprises Republicans and Democrats, has announced the polls it will use for the 15 percent threshold to be included in the debates. There is only one problem for Libertarian Party presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen, she is not named in any of the polls they are using even though 11-22 percent of Americans identify as Libertarian.
“It’s a last-ditch effort on their part,” said Libertarian Party of Texas Chair Whitney Bilyeu. “They’re clearly desperate to do everything they can to remove voter choice at the polls to continue to have a one-party state here in Texas.”