Protestors march to Sen. Marco Rubio’s home demanding he reject Electoral College results
Dozens of protestors gathered at Miami’s West End Park Saturday, marching to the home of Sen. Marco Rubio. They are demanding that he reject the Electoral College totals that show Joe Biden won the race for President or they will vote him out. Protestors march to the Miami home of Sen. Marco Rubio. That isn’t stopping the Enough 20201 group from trying to keep President Trump in office for a second term. “If they end up stealing this election, this will continue,” said President Trump supporter Enrique Tarrio.
Election results: What states are we still waiting on, and why? A breakdown
A handful of pivotal states remained in play Thursday in the tightly contested U.S. presidential race. But there are outstanding ballots left to be counted in the coming days. North CarolinaThe situationWith ballots left to count, the race is too early to call. As long as those ballots are postmarked by Nov. 3, state election officials have until Nov. 12 to count them. And when it comes to mail ballots, Biden was outperforming Trump.
This Week in South Florida: Ed Pozzuoli and Chris Smith
PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. – The roundtable discussion on This Week in South Florida has become an important and interesting tradition, especially during an election. These critical next few days, as we’re just three away from the 2020 Presidential Election, will be full of polling, messaging and number crunching, and for the candidates it means crisscrossing crucial swing states. Florida will play an important role in electing the next president, as is normally the case in one of the most coveted battleground states in the union. To get some perspective on where the polls are trending, two of South Florida’s most politically engaged and knowledgeable players joined TWISF to discuss. Attorneys Ed Pozzuoli, former Chair of the Broward County GOP, and Chris Smith, a Democrat and former State Senator, discussed the top election stories with hosts Michael Putney and Glenna Milberg, and their conversation can be seen at the top of this page.
This Week in South Florida: Steve Schale and Marili Cancio
PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. – With just over a week until the Presidential Election, This Week in South Florida’s virtual roundtable took a closer look at the top stories heading into a very important fortnight. President Trump has been in Florida, former President Barack Obama was stumping for Joe Biden in Miami, and so much more. Steve Schale is a Democratic campaign expert who helped Obama win Florida in 2012. Marili Cancio is a well-known attorney and Republican Party activist who has been seen in recent TV ads for Donald Trump. They joined TWISF hosts Michael Putney and Glenna Milberg and the discussion can be seen at the top of this page.
Miami police chief discusses precinct patrols, safety measures as early voting locations open
MIAMI – The 2020 Presidential Election is a very divisive one, and the rhetoric is only intensifying as Election Day gets closer. On Monday, Miami’s Chief of Police held a news conference to talk about extra precinct patrols to make sure everyone can safely exercise their right to vote. “It’s obviously a very antagonistic election,” said Miami Mayor Francis Suarez. “Free and safe elections it is the backbone of our democracy,” added Miami commissioner Manolo Reyes. Colina said he had seen video of a Proud Boys member walking alongside a Joe Biden caravan event over the weekend.
Surveillance footage captures thief snatching Joe Biden yard sign in broad daylight
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – The 2020 Presidential Election is just weeks away, and tensions continue to heat up in South Florida. A political sign of support for former Vice President Joe Biden was snatched from a front yard in broad daylight. The homeowner shared video of the theft, which happened around 6 p.m. Saturday, in hopes someone would recognize the culprit. Someone jumps out of the passenger side, grabs the Biden lawn sign and jumps back in. The homeowner said he’s very upset and can’t believe things have reached this point, regardless of which side of the political isle you support.
What was your reaction to first presidential debate? Let us know with your emojis
After weeks of preparation and anticipation, the first of three presidential debates is now over. Democratic nominee and former vice president Joe Biden and the Republican incumbent nominee, President Donald Trump, met face-to-face on the same stage for the first time during this election year and debated various issues and questions posed by moderator Chris Wallace. So, what did you think of responses and ideas presented by Biden and Trump? Let us know your reaction by clicking on an emoji below each statement that was made.
Presidential debate moving from Michigan to South Florida
MIAMI Anticipation has been building for the 2020 Presidential Election, with former Vice President Joe Biden set to challenge incumbent President Donald Trump. During the leadup to November, the candidates will face-off in several televised debates. On Monday, we learned that one of the upcoming debates is coming to South Florida. The University of Michigan is withdrawing form hosting the debate that would have been set for October 15 in Ann Arbor. The university is citing concerns about hosting large crowds during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Better late than never? There’s still time to make a plan, get to the polls -- even at the last minute
Click or tap here for deadlines in each state to register for the primary election and the general election in November. This is where you really want to start familiarizing yourself with your state’s Secretary of State or Department of State website. People can be eligible to vote by mail if they are:Going to be away from their county on Election Day and during early voting. Absentee/mail-in ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day. Ballots from voters overseas must be received by the fifth day after Election Day, while ballots from members of the armed forced must be received by the sixth day after Election Day.