Politics

Political analyst on 2020 election: most sure thing is things will change

by ROCCO MAGLIO
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On Saturday Jan. 11, 2020 Dr. Susan A. MacManus gave an update on what to expect from the 2020 election.  She is a political analyst for ABC Action News and will be attending debates and inauguration on their behalf. She is a professor emeritus of public administration and political science and past chair of the Department of Government and International Affairs at the University of South Florida.

INGOGLIA WINS SECOND TERM AS STATE GOP CHAIR

By BRANDON LARRABEE
THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA

Blaise Ingoglia

THE CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE, January 14, 2017..........Following the state GOP's strong performance in the November elections, Republican Party of Florida Chairman Blaise Ingoglia overwhelmingly won a second term Saturday at the party's annual meeting.

In a vote of the party's executive committee, Ingoglia defeated his only competitor by a 2-to-1 margin, taking 152 votes to 76 for Christian Ziegler, the Republican state committeeman for Sarasota County.

Nov. 8, 2016 Election Breakdown

Hernando Sun Staff

Winner: Donald Trump, President of the United States

County: 59,029 votes (62.32%).
State: 4,591,156 (49%), Clinton (48%)
USA: 276 electoral votes (AZ, MI not included), Clinton 218 (AZ, MI not included)

Both the Governor of Florida and incoming President of the United States are now both political outsiders. Neither Scott nor Trump ran traditional campaigns and received little support from traditional media. Newspapers overwhelmingly supported Hillary Clinton.

Republicans sweep Hernando- Election 2016

It was a huge night for Hernando County Republicans, as they won every election the party was on the ballot for. Along with Representative Blaise Ingoglia keeping his seat in the Florida House of Representatives for District 35 and John Emerson continuing on as Property Appraiser, the Board of County Commissioners also saw John Allocco unseat Democratic incumbent Diane Rowden in District Three and Steve Champion take over District Five. The Supervisor of Elections, Shirley Anderson was also re-elected.