Sunburn – The morning read of what’s hot in Florida politics. By Peter Schorsch, Phil Ammann, Mitch Perry and Jim Rosica. And now for some good news…
As the Florida Keys began reopening after Hurricane Irma, returning residents were warned they had to be self-sufficient and had to figure out how to take care of their own needs, fending for themselves without food, water, power or other essential necessities. Enter Farm Share.
Sunburn – The morning read of what’s hot in Florida politics. By Peter Schorsch, Phil Ammann, Mitch Perry and Jim Rosica. Across Florida, people spent Sunday trying to get back to normal after one of the worst storms to hit the state since Hurricane Andrew.
Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera wants to “help you.” With what exactly, we don’t know. Lopez-Cantera filed papers with the state on Sept. 5 forming a new political committee called “Helping You.”
Sunburn – The morning read of what’s hot in Florida politics. By Peter Schorsch, Phil Ammann, Mitch Perry and Jim Rosica. The research and messaging wizards at Sachs Media Group’s Breakthrough Research division have come up a with fascinating instant snapshot of what Floridians have been thinking before and after Hurricane Irma ravaged our state. They conducted a survey of 450 Florida voters – at least, those who had enough power and/or internet access to take a survey by email…
While you were sleeping, snacking or panicking as Hurricane Irma unzipped the Sunshine State, the political beat went on. Indeed, the 2018 election cycle had been operating at an unprecedented tempo during the first half of this year. It seemed like every day, another candidate was announcing they were running for Governor, Congress, dog catcher, etc. Meantime, there’ve been five special elections for state legislative seats. Then along came Irma.
Carole Crist desperately wants to be a reality TV star. Scratch that. Carole Crist desperately wants to be a star.