Football Preview: FSU vs. Boston College

Football Preview: FSU vs. Boston College

By Scott Carswell Jr. On Saturday at 3:30 on ESPN2 the Seminoles will take on the Boston College Eagles. The 7-3 Eagles come in ranked no. 20 in the college football playoff poll. Their seven wins were against Massachusetts, Holy Cross, Wake Forest, Temple, Louisville, Miami and Virginia Tech. Their three losses have come against […]

Mayor, City Commissioners Bid Farewell

Mayor, City Commissioners Bid Farewell

At their last official Tallahassee City Commission meeting, Mayor Andrew Gillum, and City Commissioners Gil Ziffer and Nancy Miller offered farewell comments. Gillum’s comments were brief. He offered “a heartfelt thank you.” Gil Ziffer drew laughs when he thanked Barack Obama for helping him get on the Tallahassee city commission. He became city commissioner because […]

Ballot Signatures Battle Draws Judge’s Ire

Ballot Signatures Battle Draws Judge’s Ire

By Dara Kam, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — With seven election-related lawsuits pending, a federal judge clashed Wednesday with lawyers for state officials, national Republicans and U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson’s campaign in a case about whether voters whose ballot signatures don’t match those on file should be able to “cure” the ballots. “I’m […]

Governor Scott to Step Aside from Canvassing Board

Governor Scott to Step Aside from Canvassing Board

By Jim Saunders, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott intends to recuse himself from a state panel that is scheduled next week to certify the results of Florida’s 2018 elections, the governor’s lawyer told a federal judge Wednesday. Scott’s decision to step aside from the Elections Canvassing Commission came as he […]

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