This Thursday, July 14, Hillary for Florida will open the doors to new offices in Tallahassee and Tampa where grassroots organizers and volunteers will work to elect Hillary Clinton and Democrats up and down the ballot. In Tallahassee, Mayor Andrew Gillum and Florida Democratic Party Chairwoman Allison Tant will meet with grassroots organizers and campaign supportersContinue Reading

Largo City Commission Seat 3 has graced many headlines as candidate Robert Avery has dealt with extortion accusations and a virtually broke campaign since he entered the race. Now that effort has come to an end with Avery dropping out of the race, leaving the battle to incumbent Curtis Holmes and politicalContinue Reading

Sen. Marco Rubio said Tuesday that the FBI’s recommendation not to file charges against Hillary Clinton over her use of a personal email server during her tenure as secretary of state is “not the end of the story,” predicting more scandals from the presumptive Democratic nominee. In a statement releasedContinue Reading

As the Sunshine State battles thick, algae blooms across miles and miles of Florida coastline, prompting the governor to declare a state of emergency, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s supporters speak out, looking for voters. Governor Rick Scott issued the executive order in four counties after samples taken from the St. LucieContinue Reading

Florida Education Association (FEA) President Joanne McCall issued this statement today: “Donald Trump’s call to eradicate the Department of Education would have devastating consequences to our nation’s students — especially in Florida. From providing childcare subsidies to hardworking families-in-need to assisting more than half a million of Florida’s students eachContinue Reading

Several women’s health advocates in Florida also released the following statements on the Supreme Court ruling and reiterated their support for Hillary Clinton.   “Today, in a 5-3 decision, the Supreme Court struck down Texas regulations on women’s clinics that provide the full range of health services including contraceptives and abortion.  TheContinue Reading

At the Florida Wildlife Federation’s 79th Annual Conservation Awards Banquet to be held June 25, 2016, at the Courtyard Marriott Riverfront Hotel in Bradenton, ten outstanding Florida conservationists will be recognized for their conservation achievements. Conservation award winners are chosen from nominations made to the Federation’s board of directors basedContinue Reading

Today, the Obama Administration rejected Governor Scott’s request for an Emergency Declaration under the Stafford Act following last week’s terror attack at Pulse Nightclub.  By denying this request, the federal government will not provide the $5 million in federal funds requested by Governor Scott to help with emergency response efforts,Continue Reading

On Friday, June 17, former Florida State Senate Minority Leader Nan Rich, Cherie Cancio, and Eric Martinez will hold a press call to discuss Hillary Clinton’s role in the successful bipartisan effort to provide health insurance to over eight million children. This week, Hillary for America began running ads in Florida that detail Clinton’s workContinue Reading

Hillsborough County leaders gathered today at Tampa Bay Tech High School to celebrate the launch of the Manufacturing Alliance of Hillsborough County.  The Alliance is the next phase in the county-wide initiative to increase awareness of career opportunities in the manufacturing sector. The goal of the Alliance is to raiseContinue Reading