Andrew Gillum’s Former Chief of Staff: “Tallahassee had the Highest Number of Murders in History Last Year”

Andrew Gillum’s Former Chief of Staff: “Tallahassee had the Highest Number of Murders in History Last Year”

Gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum is ignoring it. The state-wide media will not ask questions about it. But Mayor Gillum’s former chief of staff, Dustin Daniels, is campaigning on it. What is it? It is Tallahassee’s increase in murders while Andrew Gillum was the mayor of Tallahassee. On a campaign mailer, Dustin Daniels, who is running […]

Feds Revise Tallahassee’s 2016 “Fastest Growing Economy” GDP Down by 52%

Feds Revise Tallahassee’s 2016 “Fastest Growing Economy” GDP Down by 52%

Note: The original percentage revision (105%)  published was changed using a more conservative calculation method. Late last year the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) released data that showed that Tallahassee had one of the fastest growing Growth Domestic Product’s (GDP) in the state of Florida in 2016 with a growth rate of 4.3%. This growth […]

State-Wide Media Highlights Adam Putnam Hire, Ignores Gillum Vote to Benefit Costa Rica Companion

State-Wide Media Highlights Adam Putnam Hire, Ignores Gillum Vote to Benefit Costa Rica Companion

The current Florida Agriculture Commissioner, Adam Putnam, took a beating at the ballot box on August 28th in the Republican gubernatorial primary. Despite the loss, the state-wide media is still unloading on Putnam while ignoring the actions of one gubernatorial candidate still running for office. The report by the Tampa Bay Times on Putnam hiring […]

Tallahassee Murder Rates Higher Than Miami, Orlando; Less Than Jacksonville,Tampa

Tallahassee Murder Rates Higher Than Miami, Orlando; Less Than Jacksonville,Tampa

A review of FDLE crime date shows that during 2017 there was 9.0 murders in the city of Tallahassee for every 100,000 residents. Tallahassee finished the year with 17 murders. The graph below shows that this murder rate ranked third when compared to the 10 largest cities in Florida. Jacksonville (12.2) and Tampa (10.5) were […]

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