Constitution Party

In its own words, the Constitution Party seeks "to restore our government to its Constitutional limits and our law to its Biblical foundations."
 
 

Democratic Party

Founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1792, the Democrats are considered center-left on the political spectrum.
 
 

Green Party

The Green Party of the United States focuses on the environment, social justice, diversity, peace, non-violence and citizen participation.
 
 

Independent

Independent voters are not tied to any one party. Though they may be registered with a party, they tend to vote for candidates and issues more than a particular party ideology.
 
 

Libertarian Party

Libertarians favor fewer regulations, a non-interventionist policy on markets and foreign policy and strong civil liberties.
 
 

Republican Party

Founded in Michigan in 1854, the Republicans are considered right of the political center in the US.
 
 
 
 

Florida Politics


Obama to hold year-end news conference
President Barack Obama will hold an end-of-the year news conference at the White House Friday afternoon.
 

Crist visits Gulf Coast, talks education
On Monday, November 18, Former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist spent some time on the Gulf Coast. The former Republican governor…
 

Judge won't delay Fla. worker drug test…
A Miami federal judge has refused to delay proceedings in a lawsuit challenging Florida Gov. Rick Scott's plan to require…
 

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Florida (change)

 
Nicknamed the “Sunshine State,” Florida has a population of over 18.5 million people. Major cities include the capital of Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Orlando, Miami and Pensacola.
 
Offices & Officials

Governor: Rick Scott
Lieutenant Governor: Jennifer Carroll
Attorney General: Pam Bondi
State Treasurer: Jeff Atwater
Secretary of State: Kurt S. Browning