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Archive for Wednesday, November 5, 2014

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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Former Broward County Republican Party Chair Reflects On Scott Win

https://wmfeimages.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Ed_Pozzuoli_election_recap.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSRepublican Governor Rick Scotts victory in a tight race against Charlie Crist, a Democrat, came down to two factors: turnout and the economy. Thats according to political commentator Ed Pozzuoli.
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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 Governors 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. 90.7s Abe Aboraya talked to voters at the University of Central Florida
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