Florida Governor Suspends Embattled Election Official

TALLAHASSEE, FL — Weeks after securing his Senate election victory in a protracted ballot recount process, outgoing Florida Gov. Rick Scott issued an order late Friday suspending embattled Broward County Supvisor of Elections Brenda C. Snipes, who had already turned in her resignation. The governor cited “misfeasance, incompetence and neglect of duty” for his action. The governor appointed Peter Antonacci to replace Snipes, who drew wide criticism in the days following Florida’s Nov. 6 election by President Trump and others who referred to “the Broward effect” in creating uncertainty over the election results, but particularly with respect to Scott’s race against long-time Florida Democrat Sen. Bill Nelson.

Miami Herald Endorses Andrew Gillum For FL Governor

The Miami Herald editorial board endorsed Democratic Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum to be Florida’s next governor on Sunday, at the same time criticizing his challenger, Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), for his “close proximity to supporters and contributors who have made racist comments,…Read More »

Myths About Real Estate Agents

Everyone has a dream to buy or rent an apartment especially apartments for rent Birmingham AL. But there are myths because of which people are always afraid to hire a real estate agent. Because of which, many times people waste much money…Read More »

Andrew Gillum and Gwen Graham work Central Florida

PPP poll indicates Tampa voters have yet to make up their minds about the two Tallahasseans (Photo: Tallahassee’s hometown candidates for governor, Gwen Graham and Andrew Gillum) Nathan Archer Tallahassee’s two candidates for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination spent part of the weekend…Read More »