Tampa's First Lady Reacts To New Presidential Administration And Her Expanding Role In National PolicyIn Tampa Bay, local government officials prepare for changes as Inauguration Day wraps up in Washington, D.C. and one local political leader is extending her role to the nation’s Capital, further representing the Bay Area in policy issues.
Ivanka Stumps In Florida Ahead Of President Trump's Wednesday VisitFighting for Florida, Ivanka Trump spent part of the day Tuesday stumping in Sarasota for her father, President Donald Trump.
Florida: Trump TV Campaign Outspent By Biden Campaign In Final WeekIn all, Former Vice President Joe Biden and the Democratic National Committee are set to outspend President Donald Trump and the RNC by about $39 million to $24 million over the final week of the campaign. President Trump has pulled back some of his television advertising in the crucial state of Florida in the final sprint to Election Day, instead tapping his party's funds to help spread his message across the state.
Vote-By-Mail Tips: How To Avoid Common ErrorsWith vote-by-mail setting historical records this election year, CW44 News At 10 spoke with Pasco's Supervisor of Elections to help voters identify common errors and avoid them.
Local Researcher & Election Official Discuss Voter Fraud AllegationsCW44 News At 10 reported part 1 on Monday that researchers at USF released new findings from a statewide presidential election survey. In part two, we digging deeper into some of the concerns voters have shared and what that data means.
USF Survey: Top Election Issues Are COVID, EconomyUniversity of South Florida researchers are sharing new findings from a statewide presidential election survey. USF tells CW44 News At 10, the survey measures attitudes and opinions as we get closer to the general election.
Early Voting Sets Records In Pasco County, Anticipate Breaking MorePasco County voting officials tell CW44 News At 10, early voting records are still being broken this week. Officials are working to address voter concerns at the polls. Among those concerns is potential voting harassment.
Florida's Voter Registration Site-Crash Causes Stir On Social MediaA social media storm erupted overnight after Florida’s voter registration site stopped working just hours before deadline. Dozens of politicians and a number of organizations have responded online about the glitch calling on state officials to fix the problem Monday.
Atlanta Artist Offers Free Art To Encourage Voter RegistrationLocal artist, Sanithna Phansavanh comes up with creative ways to celebrate voters. This year, he offered a special perk to encourage voter registration in the upcoming 2020 election.
Voting Machines Tested In Hillsborough Confirming Accuracy & IntegrityThe first Presidential Debate of 2020, featuring Democratic Nominee Joe Biden and Republican incumbent President Donald Trump focused in part on the integrity of the vote-by-mail process. As the 2020 general election rapidly approaches, Hillsborough County officials have begun testing voting machines to confirm the integrity of the counting process.
President Trump Addresses Black Supporters In AtlantaPresident Donald Trump addresses Black voters in Atlanta on September 25, 2020, and reveals his plans for black economic empowerment.
Local Musicians Team Up To Produce A Music Video To Bolster Voting In 2020With the 2020 election less than two months away, it's sure to nothing short of historic. A group of local musicians and artists lended their talents to a locally produced music video to inspire the battleground state of Florida to vote.
2020 Election: New Early Voting Site Opens In Hillsborough CountyThere will be a little more space for early voting in Tampa this year. Hillsborough County residents will be able to cast their early ballots for the 2020 general election in the Amalie Arena.
Biden Backs Abrams In Closely-Watched Georgia RaceJoe Biden supports Abrams for Georgia governor.
Vice President Biden Leads Initiative On Job-Training ProgramsMore than three million job openings in the U.S. go unfilled for months, according to the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness.