What more to say about the year in Florida politics?

Trump, Trump, Trump.

We get it.

But for readers of The Buzz, Florida's best source for state political news, there were other topics of interest.

Hurricanes, Richard Spencer's speech at the University of Florida, John Morgan and Tallahassee sex crimes were among the most popular subjects that were explored on The Buzz, as measured by Google Analytics

Here now, without further delay, are the most popular posts of 2017.

1. Hurricane season starts with nobody in charge at FEMA or NOAA — June 1 "The 2017 hurricane season started Thursday without anyone in charge at the two federal agencies most involved in dealing with hurricanes."

2. Someone is spying on Florida legislators. Tallahassee is on edge. — Oct. 31 "For at least three days in the final week of the 2017 legislative session, a covert surveillance camera recorded the comings and goings of legislators and lobbyists living on the sixth floor of the Tennyson condominium near the Capitol."

3. UPDATE: Flooding recedes, I-75 won't close — Sept. 13 "Floridians still driving home after Hurricane Irma were met with welcome news Thursday morning: Interstate 75 through north-central Florida would not close after all."

4. Rep. Charlie Crist divorcing his wife, Carole — Feb. 24       "I think the world of Carole. She's an amazing person. It just didn't work out for us," the former governor told The Buzz. "I wish her all the best."

5. Watch Aramis Ayala ask two cops why they stopped her (w/video) – – July 12 "Aramis Ayala, Florida's first African-American elected state attorney, has been no stranger to racially charged insults, especially after she declared in March that she's not pursuing the death penalty for violent felony cases….Now footage from a month ago has emerged showing two police officers explaining why they pulled over Ayala, the Orlando-area prosecutor."

6. Gov. Rick Scott declares emergency in Gainesville before Spencer speech — Oct. 16 "Gov. Rick Scott on Monday declared a state of emergency in Alachua County, three days ahead of a scheduled speech at the University of Florida campus by the white nationalist Richard Spencer."

7. He didn't support Trump: Lynn Aronberg says that's partly why she divorced Palm Beach State Attorney Dave Aronberg — July 27 "In announcing that her divorce was settled this week, Lynn Aronberg said the reason for the split in part was because she supports President Donald Trump and her Democratic husband does not."

8. Invalid votes for president spike in Florida, outnumbering Trump's margin of victory here — Feb. 1 "Beyoncé, Tim Tebow or the Norse god Thor for prez? Those were some of Florida's more unusual picks for president this past election."

9. When Marco Rubio tried to hug Ivanka Trump — June 20 "What should have been a pro-forma hug at a photo opportunity today in Washington is close to breaking Twitter."

10. You know John Morgan the heavy drinker, now meet John Morgan the holy roller.  — Sept. 27 "The last time John Morgan addressed a Tampa Bay luncheon, the wealthy businessman, personal injury lawyer and would-be candidate for governor embraced his reputation as a man who likes a cocktail or three: 'Let all the perfect people vote for somebody else, and let all the sinners and imperfect people vote for me.'"