Mitt Romney's "middle class under the bus" tour continues in Florida. See how Romney and his running mate Paul Ryan would hurt Floridians if they're elected, and then share the facts with your friends.
Conspicuously absent from Florida? Romney's new running mate, Paul Ryan. As Democratic Party chair and Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz put it at a stop in Miami Gardens, Florida, ''I’m not very surprised Paul Ryan decided to skip the bus tour today with Mitt Romney. If I were the architect of a plan to end Medicare as we know it, I wouldn't show my face in Florida either.''Read More
Julie Reiser owns Made in USA Certified, a small business in Boca Raton, Florida, that specializes in making sure that products claiming to be "Made in America" truly are. Today, she opened up her business to the Romney-Ryan Economics: Middle Class Under the Bus tour. It was a fitting stop: Mitt Romney has a history of sending jobs to places like India and China, and he's currently campaigning on a tax plan could create up to 800,000 jobs overseas.Read More
Mitt Romney has chosen Paul Ryan as his running mate—to the alarm of Florida's seniors.Read More
From immigration policy to how much one should pander to appeal to conservative Republican voters, here's a quick reminder of just how much Romney and his latest endorser, Jeb Bush, disagree.Read More
Congressman Pedro Pierluisi, Puerto Rico's representative in the U.S. Congress, is in Tampa, Florida, today to get out the word to Spanish-language media on why the policies of Mitt Romney and the Republican candidates would be devastating to Puerto Ricans and other Hispanic Americans—and what the Obama presidency has meant for his community.Read More
Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz released the following statement tonight on the results of the Florida Republican primary:Read More