The races in Florida and Georgia were seen as a test of whether liberal candidates could prevail in Southern states, where centrist Democrats have repeatedly lost, by appealing to a coalition of young and minority voters.
"Florida's governor's race is a referendum on President Trump, perhaps more than any other major race this election cycle", he said. "This is a race where if there's one race if the if the Republicans lose could be laid at the feet of Donald Trump", Hume told the panel. Then last week, seeking to give a final shot of energy to voters in deep-red regions of the state, Trump appeared with DeSantis at rallies in Lee County and in Pensacola. Nonetheless, it still wasn't enough for Gillum to win the state.
Gilllum said he called DeSantis and congratulated him. Gillum called for a $1 billion tax hike on corporations, expanding Medicaid, imposing tougher gun control laws, legalizing marijuana, raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour and bringing a "conclusion" to school vouchers.
Gillum replied: "My grandmother used to say a hit dog will holler". Gillum said the FBI assured him he was not the target of the investigation, but documents released in October placed him close to the action.
New statistics released Tuesday by the state Division of Elections show that more than 2.7 million people voted early, and almost 2.5 million people have voted by mail.
But Gillum, who is just 39, vowed to remain involved in politics.
Democrats, playing catch-up after a net loss of 13 governorships and more than 900 state legislative seats during the eight-year Obama administration, fielded their largest slate of legislative candidates in more than three decades. The Dream Defenders also support the "Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions" movement against Israel. Kamala Harris, all of whom campaigned in the state at Gillum's side.
According to NBC News, Republican Governor Rick Scott led Democratic Senator Bill Nelson by less than half a percentage point. Bernie Sanders, the self-described Democratic socialist. The president also used his Twitter account to attack Gillum, calling him "a thief" who is "mayor of poorly run Tallahassee".
Michigan Voters Legalize Marijuana
State laws allowing recreational use of marijuana have spread across the United States since Colorado voters approved one in 2012. Within a residence, adults will be permitted to grow up to twelve marijuana plants and/or possess up to ten ounces of marijuana.
"The true story of this race is intense gratitude to President Trump".
Falcons flex offensive muscles, blow out Washington 38-14
The Falcons iced the win over the Redskins by holding the ball for 10 minutes in the fourth quarter, when Washington didn't score. They'll be on the road this week to play the Washington Redskins on Sunday, and their away-game-reputation precedes them.
Path of Exile PS4 Coming In December
I'd even go so far as calling it one of the tougher action RPGs out there, but some of its more dedicated fans just love pain. With absolutely everything turned on, I can see it being an intense experience for a close-knit party, but not for me.
A Breaking Bad movie could come from creator Vince Gilligan
The Albuquerque Journal includes a logline stating the film "tracks the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom ". Series creator Vince Gilligan is said to be overseeing the project, but that's about all that's being reported right now.
Dead Republican brothel owner Dennis Hof wins election in Nevada
This year, he ran as a Republican and earned backing from former Trump advisor Roger Stone and tax-cut activist Grover Norquist . Hof, a reality TV star of the HBO show " Cathouse ", died last month at the age of 72 after a weekend celebrating his birthday.
Nine members of family killed in Sicily flooding
His wife, two other children, his parents, brother, and sister, his nephew and the boy's grandmother all died, he said. Northern Italy was battered by other storms earlier in the week, killing at least 15 people.
Florida residents to vote on felon voter rights initiative
Florida was one of four states with a constitution that permanently disenfranchises residents with past felony convictions. One of them includes Florida Amendment 3, which would apparently block sports gambling in the state of Florida.