The Big Senate Battles of 2014 Are on MorePro-GOP Territory Than FL-13
From the midweek edition of the Morning Jolt:
The GOP’s Win in Florida Isn’t Everything#…#but It’s Something Significant.
Look, if you’re a Republican, go ahead and do a little victory dance over the special election …
A Tough Special Election in Florida Awaits GOP in 2014
The first federal election of 2014 comes on March 11, when Florida’s 13th congressional district holds a special election to fill the seat of the late Bill Young, who died in October at the age of 82.
The GOP primary is January 14, …
Florida’s Gubernatorial Race, Coming Down to the Wire
Florida’s governor’s race is probably going to come down to the wire. This morning, Quinnipiac puts Republican Rick Scott barely ahead of Democrat Alex Sink, 45–44; at the beginning of the month, Scott had a 49–43 lead. That …
Will Negative Ads Prove Counter-productive in Florida This Year?
One of my regulars offers an assessment from Florida . . .
Voters are EXHAUSTED with the negative ads. This might be something building down there. Anyone without a real message other than attacking their opponent may not get any traction with voters. …
Another Three-Way Statewide Race in Florida
I wouldn’t quite say, “Congratulations, Governor-elect Bill McCollum,” but this news makes it much more likely that the GOP frontrunner will emerge victorious on the fall:
Lawton “Bud’’ Chiles III, the son of the late governor, announced Thursday that …
The Reasons Sink . . . (or Jolly!) Will Win Tomorrow’s Special Election
Tomorrow, voters in Florida’s 13th congressional district head to the polls for a special U.S. House election.
Reasons Democrat Alex Sink Will Win Florida’s Special House Election:
Alex Sink is the bigger name, as a gubernatorial candidate …
Quinnipiac’s Last Poll in Florida Seems . . . Just Plain Weird.
We will know whether this poll is on the mark in a matter of days, but Quinnipiac’s latest results in Florida seem a little odd to me:
In the Florida U.S. Senate race, Republican Marco Rubio leads Gov. …
Scott Ahead in Florida; Obama’s Numbers Dark in Sunshine State
Quinnipiac has better news for Republicans in Florida than I expected:
Republican Rick Scott holds a 49 – 43 percent lead over State Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink, the Democrat, in the race to become Florida’s next governor, according to …
I Wonder if Joe Biden Thinks Criticism From Florida Democrats Is a Big . . . Deal.
Today’s Jolt is heavy with discussion on the movie Inception — unless I dreamed writing all of that — but I’ll just call your attention to this surprising quote:
Meanwhile, Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Alex Sink makes a …