Winter Park City Commission candidate Ross Johnston suspended his campaign and dropped his lawsuit at once Tuesday morning.
Candidate sues city clerk
A Winter Park City Commissioner’s seat is in limbo and a challenger is waiting for the end of a legal fight to get on the ballot.
Up for vote in March
Maitland residents will have 29 different city charter amendments on their ballots to pass or dismiss this March, following approval from the Maitland City Council Nov. 26.
John Mica re-elected
Karen Castor Dentel captured her first public office, inching past Rep. Scott Plakon in Florida House of Representatives District 30.
Early voting turnout down
The Democracy Project at Rollins College hoped to get students excited about voting and drove them to the polls on a 15-passenger bus on Tuesday.
Plakon vs. Dentel heats up
Campaigning heats up as Election Day nears closer in local U.S. Congress and state representative races.
Blowout in primary win
Longtime U.S. Rep. John Mica handily defeated newcomer U.S. Rep. Sandy Adams in an election won by a margin of 61 percent to 39 percent.
Third term in District 5
Edwards scored 59 percent of the votes, leaving opponent Gina Duncan with 40 percent.
Vote early till Aug. 11
U.S. Rep. John Mica and U.S. Rep. Sandy Adams are competing for the same district.
The skinny on three ways to vote: early voting, vote by mail or Election Day voting
Early Voting is one of three voting options available to voters. They also have the option to submit an absentee ballot to vote by mail.
Candidates come to WP
Hundreds packed the main hall of the Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center for the Winter Park Chamber's Political Mingle on Monday, July 23.
Hob nob brings out big names
Local politicians took the August and November elections for a test-drive at the East Side Regional Hob Nob on June 26 at UCF.
Hob Nob is June 26
Redistricting has changed who’s representing Winter Park, Maitland on all political levels
Maitlander runs for House
Dentel follows in her family’s political footsteps, challenges Rep. Scott Plakon for seat.
Local politics tends to alienate the people who had the courage to try to help lead us, and it shouldn’t.
We frequently find that our former public officials, and even those candidates who narrowly missed a seat on the dais, are disappearing from public view, sometimes forever.