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US Congressman Alan Grayson delivers his election night speech. Photo- Abe Aboraya, WMFE
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Grayson Wins Re-Election


“I do want you to know that people in this room are happy to see that an old-fashioned, people-powered, door-to-door campaign can still succeed,” said US Congressman Alan Grayson, reflecting on his re-election.
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Charlie Crist and Rick Scott
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What Do Central Florida Voters Think of Governor’s Race?


When polls close tonight, so will the most expensive and negative campaign in Florida: the Governor’s race. More than $100 million dollars is estimated to have been spent on ads for both incumbent Rick Scott, a Republican, and Republican-turned-Democrat challenger Charlie Crist. 90.7’s Abe Aboraya talked to voters at the University of Central Florida
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John Morgan on Amendment 2, Charlie Crist and his plans for election night


Prominent Central Florida attorney John Morgan is leading the campaign for Amendment 2. 90.7’s Amy Green talked with Morgan about his campaign for the state constitutional amendment that would legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes. Morgan began the conversation by explaining why polls are showing a drop in support for Amendment 2, from 70 percent to 50 or 60 percent.
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John Morgan says Amendment 2 boosts Charlie Crist


John Morgan says there’s no question Amendment 2 is driving support for Charlie Crist. The “For-the-People” attorney says the amendment is sending young, first-time voters to the polls who are likely to favor the democratic challenger.
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