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Observers gathered at the Orange County Supervisor of Elections office as the machine recount got underway Monday morning.
Republicans and Democrats are bracing for a close finish in Florida’s gubernatorial race as the polls close Tuesday evening. 90.7’s Emily Lang talked to voters at Englewood Community Center in Orlando Tuesday morning.
Bernie Sanders is urging students to vote in the midterm election. The Vermont senator appeared at a campaign rally for fellow Democrat Andrew Gillum at the University of Central Florida Wednesday.
At least four shots were fired into the Volusia County Republican Party’s office. The South Daytona Police Department said no one was injured, but bullets shattered the windows and damaged walls inside.
Orlando Police Chief will be sworn in today, Monday, Oct. 29th at the Change of Command ceremony. Rolón will be sworn in as the 39th Chief of Police during the Change of Command at the Amway Center.
Top issues for Orange County sheriff candidates include school safety, tackling the homicide rate and putting more resources into policing a growing county. On this episode of Intersection, we continue our coverage of some of the key races in Central Florida’s mid-term elections with conversations with the candidates for Orange County sheriff.
Bethune-Cookman University interim President Hubert Grimes says the university is facing “an existential threat”.
Stephanie Murphy is running for re-election in Florida’s 7th congressional district. She highlights jobs, security and ensuring Floridians have an opportunity for success in a conversation with Intersection about her first term and what she wants to focus on if she wins in November.
Republican Mike Miller wants to flip Florida’s 7th congressional district 7 blue to red. Miller, who’s the state representative in Florida’s House District 47, says he plans to take lessons learned from the state capitol about balancing the budget and working across the aisles to Washington.
Mayor Andrew Gillium’s running mate Chris King joined Intersection to talk about the gubernatorial campaign. King says he and Gillum want to “build a more fair economy” for Floridians.