As Trump heads to Orlando for his "campaign kickoff," an anti-endorsement from their local newspaper. This might be kind of a bummer for the Sentient Orange Ball Of Earwax.
A married Republican state representative in Florida announced on Monday that he will resign from office and not seek re-election after Orange County prosecutors revealed that he had been named in a case involving racketeering and prostitution.
In an interview with the Orlando Sentinel Republican Daniel Webster admitted to sending out the "watch list" flier that was recently handed out at a town hall held by Tim Griffin (R-AR). Webster claimed he just wanted to "share some friendly
The Orlando Sentinel has discovered that a "watch list" of Orlando residents handed out at a recent town hall meeting by Rep. Tim Griffin (R-AR) likely originated in the office of Rep. Daniel Webster (R-FL). Griffin's office told the Sentinel