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Republican Governor Rick Scott’s victory in a tight race against Charlie Crist, a Democrat, came down to two factors: turnout and the economy. That’s according to political commentator Ed Pozzuoli. Read More »
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. Read More »
Gov. Rick Scott says under his leadership Florida will beat Texas and become the nation’s top job creator by 2020. The governor stumped in Central Florida on Thursday as the state’s too-close-to-call gubernatorial race enters its final days before the election Tuesday. Read More »
Charlie Crist is talking up solar energy in Florida’s too-close-to-call gubernatorial race. Advocates say solar is getting cheaper, and Florida’s growing population and sunny weather make the state a top market for the alternative energy. But state policy discourages solar energy. Read More »