Apr 18, 15

It’s looking more and more likely that there will be multiple debates held in the U.S. Senate race but there still is little agreement between Democratic incumbent U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson and Republican U.S. Senate nominee U.S. Rep. Connie Mack IV over where and when.

Mack’s campaign says...

Apr 18, 15

In this year’s presidential election campaign, women’s issues have taken center stage — from contraception, to fair pay to the right to choose.

A panel discussion on women, work and family in the 2012 presidential election will be held at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 19 in Room 180 at the University...

Apr 18, 15

University of Florida sophomore Kara Ramos came into Pugh Hall to study Tuesday and, with a few clicks, ended up registering to vote in Alachua County.

She took advantage of TurboVote, a website described as the election equivalent of the online DVD service Netflix. The site allows users...

Apr 18, 15

Conservative commentator David Frum said Tuesday that he's surprised it took so long for GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney to move to the center.

The image that Romney presented in last week's debate "is probably the man that Romney wished to be, the candidate that Romney wished to be...

Apr 18, 15

Every four years, college campuses are bombarded with volunteers trying to get register young voters, but this year many of these volunteers found that many of the students were already registered to vote.

Many colleges have established their own voting registration drives during...

Apr 18, 15

Every four years, volunteers swarm university campuses, clipboards in hand, to register newly eligible voters for what is generally the only presidential election of their undergraduate careers. This year they found large numbers were already registered.

Dozens of colleges have begun...

Apr 18, 15

They agreed that the state had another messy election this fall, but two political scientists who spoke Tuesday at the University of Florida saw different reasons for problems at the polls.

UF professor Dan Smith said that Republicans pushed through changes to state election laws meant to...

Apr 18, 15

As seen in the Tampa Bay Times on Jan 1, 2013.

So what is the biggest challenge facing Florida in this century? There are many possible answers, including: global warming, drinking water, economic growth and opportunity, immigration. And the list goes on.

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Apr 18, 15

The Bob Graham Center for Public Service has established the Bob Graham Center Citizen of the Year Award.

Our purpose in establishing this award is to highlight those individuals in our state who make Florida a better place to live for all of us.

Yes, we believe Bob Graham embodied...

Apr 18, 15

A former executive editor of the New York Times fielded questions about reporting on Sept. 11 and managing a plagiarism scandal during a talk at the University of Florida on Monday.

Howell Raines, who is now a contributing editor at Conde Nast Portfolio magazine, spoke before about 50...

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