Two University of Florida students will travel to Harvard University later this month to participate in an intensive training and conference, led by Harvard’s Institute of Politics (IOP), featuring top political practitioners on bipartisan...
Likely voters surveyed in a recent University of Florida poll favored Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton by substantial margins when asked to rate potential 2016 presidential candidates on a scale of 0-100.
A new poll of registered voters in Florida by the University of Florida found that incumbent Republican Gov. Rick Scott holds a six-point advantage over Democratic nominee Charlie Crist, with 44 percent of likely voters favoring Scott and 38...
A majority of Floridians support the use of medical marijuana, according to a new University of Florida poll.

Colleges and universities across the state of Florida are teaming up to promote civic engagement and get students registered to vote with the help of an innovative online platform called TurboVote.

University of Florida graduate Jayce Victor has been selected to serve as a 2014-2015 New York City Urban Fellow. Victor graduated from UF in the summer 2014, earning his bachelor’s degree in philosophy and a minor in public leadership from the...

The University of Florida’s Bob Graham Center for Public Service will host its first Robert A. Bryan Public Policy Summit May 16-18 at Pugh Hall on the UF campus. The student-run conference calls on the brightest and most politically engaged...
Two Floridians who have worked tirelessly to advance a grass-roots movement on behalf of Florida’s children have been named the Bob Graham Center Citizen of the Year and Young Floridian for 2014.

Former Florida Gov. and U.S. Sen. Bob Graham wishes to issue the following statement on the life and legacy of former Florida Gov. Reubin Askew

A poll of registered voters in Florida on upcoming state legislative issues by the Bob Graham Center for Public Service in collaboration with the University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research found that 67 percent of respondents...

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