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Poor Florida Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera. After months on the job performing his official duties rearranging Gov. Rick Scott's sock drawer, untangling the governor's Christmas tree lights and alphabetizing the governor's Johnny Mathis record collection, at last the state's No.
Gov. Rick Scott, right talks to Amos Davis, left, Christy Davis, and Malik Davis before a press conference in Opa-locka to discuss proposed funding for the Department of Children and Families, Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
With 29 weeks until votes are counted in Florida, incumbent Republican Governor Rick Scott is the current underdog in a fight against Democratic challenger Charlie Crist, according to a SurveyUSA poll conducted for WFLA-TV.
Democrat Charlie Crist issued that implicit debate challenge to Gov. Rick Scott during an impromptu caught-on-video meeting Monday with Lt.
The Fort Lauderdale chapter of the Tea Party is planning to protest Charlie Crist's brand new Broward field office opening this weekend.
Former state CFO Alex Sink announced Tuesday that she would not run again against U.S. Rep. David Jolly, R-Fla., the man who defeated her in a special congressional election last month.
The complaint contends a Tallahassee television station ran an ad Sunday put up by the Morgan & Morgan law firm that features Crist.
It became a big part of the race for governor last week, when Democrat Charlie Crist played to a pro-solar rally in Tallahassee.
Addressing a crowd of hundreds at the Forum Club of the Palm Beaches, Crist gave a relentless indictment of nearly every aspect of Scott's leadership, portraying him as an opponent to education and the environment and a man out of touch with average Floridians.
Monica Wehby is a pediatric brain surgeon running for the Republican Senate nomination in Oregon.
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In a state where a presidential election was famously decided by 537 ballots, the Florida Democrats' edge of 485,907 active voters over registered Republicans looks impressive at a glance.
The attack doesn't mention the fact that Crist now supports in-state tuition for immigrants here illegally.