Saturday, March 24, 2018
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Bill Edmonds

Bill Edmonds is Managing Editor to and a consultant in communications in Tallahassee, Florida. A native of Virginia, he has worked in the Florida capital for three decades in journalism, in public affairs and in communications. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mass communications from Virginia Commonwealth University and a master’s in American Studies from Florida State University.

Comcast Announces Partnership to Help Minority Entrepreneurs

Comcast Corp. announced today a partnership with the venture firm DreamIt Ventures to provide to provide seed funding, training, mentoring and other benefits to five minority-led startups.

Jacksonville Elects First Black Mayor, Democrat Alvin Brown

The votes are finally counted in the closest election ever in Jacksonville, and the results are historic — citizens of the Florida city have elected Alvin Brown, a Democrat, as their first African-American mayor.

Jacksonville Mayor’s Race a Cliff-Hanger — Democrat Holds 603-Vote Edge

Jacksonville voters last night may have seen one of the greatest of long shots hit the target — Alvin Brown, a Democrat and African-American, ended the evening with a 603-vote lead over Republican Mike Hogan in what has been a wild race for mayor of the Florida city.

Kendrick Meek Tapped to Chair Politic365 Editorial Board

The Honorable Kendrick B. Meek, a former Congressman representing Florida’s 17th congressional district, has joined Politic365 as chairman of its Editorial Board. In this position, Meek will guide the publication’s growth and development of news, perspective and commentary for American decision leaders, focusing first on penetrating communities of color.

New DNC Chair Sets Agenda for the 2012 Election

U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, the new chair of the Democratic National Committee, wasted no time setting a tone and an agenda for heading into the big 2012 election.