Rick Scott

Jason Brock (L) and Kevin Hunter put up hurricane shutters in front of a business as Hurricane Matthew approaches the area on October 6, 2016, in Delray Beach, Florida.

Hurricane Matthew Intensifies To Category 4 as It Nears Florida

There have been nearly 30 deaths from the storm. 

Florida Gov. Rick Scott, speaks to the media after meeting with House Congressional members on September 14, 2016, in Washington, D.C. to discuss efforts to eradicate the Zika virus in Florida.

Florida Governor Declares Miami Neighborhood Zika-Free

However, there are new, non-travel related cases elsewhere in the state.

A U.S. flag is bent by the wind as the eye of Hurricane Hermine passes overhead in the early morning hours on September 2, 2016, in Shell Point Beach, Florida. Hurricane warnings have been issued for parts of Florida's Gulf Coast as Hermine makes landfall

First Hurricane in More Than a Decade Hits Florida

Tampa and Orlando, cities with majority populations of people of color, are the most at risk. 

Florida Gov. Rick Scott Joins the GOP Retreat on Voting Rights

What a difference a hellish election can make. The governor who helped create Florida’s notoriously long voting lines now supports expanded early voting.