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Crist & Scott, God help Florida

Upcoming November 2014 Gubernatorial  elections in Florida (the Twilight Zone of voting) are pitting two guys who if it was not for politics would be either in jail or flipping burgers at Mc Donald’s . 487 more words

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Bitter, Expensive Race For Florida Governor Kicks In

TALLAHASEE (CBSMiami) – With just about two months to go until the general election, the bitter and expensive race to be Florida’s next governor is kicking into gear. 181 more words

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Expert: Florida Democrats 'Grasping For Any Kind Of Formula To Win'

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Republicans have had control of the Florida Legislature and governor’s office since 1999 and have used their power to restrict abortions, loosen gun laws, strip state workers of benefits, allow private school vouchers and enact a slew of other policy changes that Democrats opposed but could do nothing to stop. 608 more words

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Gov. Scott Focuses On Proposed Tax Cuts On Campaign Tour

TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/AP) — Proposed tax cuts if re-elected will be Governor Rick Scott’s focus as he begins a two week, 28-city, campaign swing.

The tour began Monday. 174 more words

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Vehicle Registration Fees Rolled Back

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Good news for Florida drivers.

Beginning Monday, September 1st, it’s now cheaper to register your vehicle in the state.

The fee rollback is a part of a $500 million package of tax cuts and fee reductions approved by the Legislature last spring.  135 more words

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Bill Clinton to stump in Miami for former Lewinskygate critic Charlie Crist

As a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in 1998, Charlie Crist said Democratic President Bill Clinton had “shattered the confidence and trust of the American people” and should resign because of the… 254 more words

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Excerpt from my "Behind the Stage of a Florida Political Event"

Here’s an excerpt from my “Behind the Stage of a Florida Political Event:”

“On August 26, 2014, Charlie Crist hosted an election watch party at Fort Lauderdale’s swanky Hyatt Regency Pier 66 Hotel.

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