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U.S. Senator Marco Rubio giving up Senate seat to seek White House

Rubio, trying to become America’s first Latino president, kicks off 2016 campaign in Miami

MIAMI (CFP) — Charging that “our very identity as an exceptional nation is at stake,” … 631 more words

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Rubio Presidential Run Would Begin Scramble To Fill His Seat

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (CBSMiami/AP) — With speculation over whether Florida Republican Marco Rubio will announce he is running for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, there is also speculation on who would replace him. 729 more words

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Taddeo To Challenge Curbelo For District 26 Seat

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A former Chair of the Miami-Dade Democratic Party is challenging first termRepublican Congressman Carlos Curbelo for the state’s District 26 seat.

Annette Taddeo, a small businesswoman who has lived in Florida for more than 30 year, made the announcement Monday. 333 more words

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Florida Democrats Look For A Way To End Election Woes

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TALLAHASSEE (AP) — U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham hadn’t even been sworn in yet when Democratic Party leaders began talking about her potentially running for governor in 2018. 793 more words

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Charlie Crist endorses Patrick Murphy for Senate

Charlie Crist, himself a former U.S. Senate candidate, has endorsed Patrick Murphy’s 2016 bid, announced this week, to either replace or unseat U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio. 253 more words

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Charlie Crist endorses Patrick Murphy for Florida Senate

Former Florida governor Charlie Crist endorsed Democratic Rep. Patrick Murphy for the U.S. Senate.

In a message on Facebook, Crist said the young congressman has the “energy, integrity and work ethic” needed in the upper chamber of Congress. 159 more words

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Senate panel would expand those eligible for long-delayed medical marijuana

Florida’s long-delayed effort to make a strain of medical marijuana available to patients could be advanced under a measure approved Tuesday by a state Senate panel. 239 more words

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