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Crist to join Trayvon Martin's mother in Riviera Beach to push for minority turnout Saturday

With minority turnout crucial to Democratic hopes of winning the governor’s race, Democrat Charlie Crist and Sabrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin, will appear at a rally in Riviera Beach on Saturday to encourage early voting. 170 more words

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Crist, Scott Get Big Name Support This Weekend From Clinton, Christie

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MIAMI (CBSMiami/NSF) — Governor Rick Scott and and the man who wants to unseat him, Charlie Crist, both have some high profile political backing this weekend in Florida. 208 more words


2016 preview? (Bill) Clinton, Christie in Palm Beach County on Sunday

Former President Bill Clinton and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will both be in Palm Beach County on Sunday to stump for 2014 candidates.

The two could be spending lots of time in Florida in 2016 as well if… 156 more words

Las Elecciones en La Florida

Por: Max Lesnik

El próximo martes 4 de noviembre se celebrarán en Estados Unidos elecciones de “medio término” en las que se elegirán Congresistas federales, gobernadores en algunos Estados de la Unión- como en La Florida- un buen número de cargos estatales y municipales de acuerdo a las reglas electorales del sistema político norteamericano. 379 more words



Is Karl Rove doing his nasty stuff in Florida in order to support Rick Scott?

Karl Rove is scum and he calls himself a Christian in the process.  1,517 more words


Backroom Briefing: Democrats Needle Scott Over Execution Delay

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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – As he debated Democratic challenger Charlie Crist this week, Gov. Rick Scott more or less blamed Attorney General Pam Bondi when confronted about delaying an execution that conflicted with a Bondi fundraiser. 964 more words


Voting in Absentia: Why I Would Cast My Ballot for Charlie Crist in Florida

By Steven Kurlander 

This article also appeared in Context Florida and the Huffington Post 

Occasionally, refugees who have settled in the US, including naturalized citizens, cast ballots in elections that take place in their origin countries that allow them to vote in absentia and in effect allow them to still have an impact on events in those countries. 546 more words

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