Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart has just voted to allow more offshore drilling With this vote, Congressman Diaz-Balart has made it abundantly clear: clean water, a safe environment, and the health of our communities are not his priorities whatsoever, says his challenger Mary Barzee Flores.
JUN 6, 2018 — Monday, June 11th is when the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality officially takes place. The House representatives must sign the “discharge petition” in support of the CRA that would force a vote on the floor to repeal the FCC’s decision.
The president believes he is above the law. That’s the takeaway from the confidential 20-page memo sent by President Trump’s lawyers to the special counsel, Robert Mueller, published over the weekend by The Times. And it’s the same sentiment that Rudy Giuliani expressed on Sunday when he suggested that Mr. Trump has the power to pardon himself.
The second annual Naples Pride celebration on June 2, 2018 drew thousands of participants, a record number of vendors, and plenty of Democratic candidates for public office.
Rick Scott’s self-serving politics have made Floridians sicker, deepened the swamp with his cronyism and catering to special interests, and exposed how he will not dare criticize his friend Donald Trump for the failed recovery from Hurricane Maria.
It is time to get your tickets for David Holden 2018’s Comedy Show Fundraiser Wednesday, June 6, 2018. Join David, campaign staff, volunteers, and supporters for some good laughs while helping contribute to the cause of getting David elected to represent Florida’s District 19.
Todd Truax, who is seeking the Democratic Party nomination for Florida’s 19th Congressional District, will appear at two town hall-style events that will be held this month.
The report cards are in, and Collier County’s legislative delegation appears to have flunked. State Sen. Kathleen Passidomo and State Reps. Byron Donald and Bob Rommel all earned a grade of “F” from the Florida Education Association for their performance in 2017 and 2018.
Mark your calendars for Naples Pride 2018. The event will be held on Saturday, June 2 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Cambier Park in Naples. Last year’s first Naples Pride event was a huge success when the community came together to make history and have a fun-filled day celebrating awareness and raising money for the local LGBT Emergency Fund.
Florida shoppers are vowing to boycott popular grocery store Publix ahead of the busy Memorial Day weekend after it donated more than a half a million dollars to a gubernatorial candidate who touts himself as a “proud NRA sellout.” Collier County Democrats are being urged to join the boycott.
A new report outlines how voter registration among young people is on the rise – specifically in Florida – with experts saying they believe the surge in voter registration among young people will translate into to a higher turnout in the mid-term elections that will benefit Democrats.
The future of Collier County’s public schools will be in the hands of voters this year. Hear from the candidates running for the school board at a forum on Wednesday, May 23, at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Greater Naples.
WHO: Jory Westberry, Victor Dotres, Jen Mitchell, Kathy Ryan, Darlene Alvarez, Mary Ellen Cash, and Roy Terry.
WHERE: 6340 Napa Woods Way, Naples
TIME: 5-7 P.M.