The role of racism factored heavily in the Florida gubernatorial election, but not exactly how you might think it did.

Broward County's problematic ballot design could bode well for Andrew Gillum.


As ballots were still being tabulated in Florida's series of contentious elections this week, all eyes were seemingly on Broward County.


Andrew Gillum on Tuesday night barely fell short in his historic quest to become the first Black governor of Florida's next governor.


The Florida gubernatorial race has increasingly made national headlines in the weeks ahead of Tuesday's midterm elections, but on Friday it was the New York Times' own headline that should have been making the news.

The divider in chief took steps to widen the racial wedge between the Florida gubernatorial candidates by implying an education at a HBCU was decidedly inferior to the Ivy League.

Andrew Gillum and Ron DeSantis debated for a second time.

Democratic nominee Andrew Gillum decidedly out-debated his Republican opponent Ron DeSantis.

Florida governor nominee Andrew Gillum picked Chris King as his running mate.