Andrew Gillum

During an interview on “The Tamron Hall Show,” Gillum, the former mayor of Tallahassee, Florida, came out as bisexual.
During an interview on “The Tamron Hall Show,” Gillum, the former mayor of Tallahassee, Florida, came out as bisexual.
The Florida Democrat, who became his state's first Black gubernatorial candidate in 2018, opened up about his sexuality on "The Tamron Hall Show."
Former Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum praised Steven Reed's win on Twitter: "The South continues to transform itself."
She also bashed Trump with an Infowars comparison.
The former gubernatorial candidate said he plans to register at least 1 million Florida voters before the 2020 presidential election.
The announcement comes after a week and a half of uncertainty over a recount.
Broward County's new numbers probably wouldn't have affected the final results, though.
Twitter users cited other Bible verses that may be more appropriate for the Florida senator.
One Twitter user noted Trump's comment seemed hypocritical since he didn't seem to mind the Russians interfering in the 2016 election.
Rick Scott is trying to limit the number of votes that can be recounted in Florida’s Democrat-leaning counties.
“And I say this recognizing that my fate in this may or may not change,” he told reporters on Saturday.
Trump and Scott have offered no proof for claims of rampant fraud in Scott's contentious Senate race against Bill Nelson, which looks headed for a recount.
The senator got flak after saying white people who didn’t vote for Andrew Gillum and Stacey Abrams because of their race are “not necessarily racist.”
Andrew Gillum "started his campaign for the people, and we are committed to ensuring every single vote in Florida is counted," said a spokeswoman.
The issue is not that DeSantis won. It's that he won by playing on the same racist and divisive tactics that too often decide American elections.
Andrew Gillum narrowly lost to Republican Ron DeSantis in Florida’s gubernatorial race. But a ballot initiative might give Democrats the upper hand in future elections.
The same voters who barely put Ron DeSantis into office also approved a proposal he opposed that helps a disproportionately black population.
Democrat Andrew Gillum conceded a close race for governor of Florida to Republican Ron DeSantis.
The former Republican congressman beat out Andrew Gillum, who would have become the state's first black governor.