Florida Democrats, Having Doubts About Crist in 2014
Perhaps Florida Democrats aren’t as enthusiastic about adopting Charlie Crist as one of their own as the initial coverage suggested:
Major Democratic financial backers,including trial lawyers and teachers, are gushing about Charlie Crist and his prospects for 2014.
Crossroads Ads Hitting 5 Senators: ‘No More Blank Checks!’
Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies — the independent 501(c)(4) group with ties to former Bush strategist Karl Rove and former RNC Chair Ed Gillespie — launched a new round of television advertising that targets five U.S. senators in key states …
Q-Poll: Mixed News for Nelson and Obama, Good News for Rubio
In Quinnipiac’s latest survey in Florida, the news is “meh” for Sen. Bill Nelson and President Obama, but pretty good for Marco Rubio… not that he has to face the voters anytime soon:
Florida Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson has …
Linda Lingle, Connie Mack Considering 2012 GOP Senate Bids
Two familiar Republican names are reportedly considering bids against incumbent Democratic senators in 2012.
In Hawaii, the departing two-term governor, Linda Lingle, is considering a bid against Sen. Daniel Akaka. The incumbent is completing his third term; he represented Hawaii in …
Castro’s Daughter: ‘I Would Vote for Barack Obama.’
The decision by the Obama administration to issue a visa to Mariela Castro, Raul Castro’s daughter, is sufficiently bad politics in Florida to get DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, as well as Democratic Florida senator Bill Nelson, denouncing it:
Bill Nelson, Having a Tough Time Hitting 50
If you suspected that two-term incumbent Democrat Sen. Bill Nelson of Florida is vulnerable, you’re right.
Florida Sen. Bill Nelson falls short of the 50 percent mark against five potential Republican opponents, according to a poll commissioned by Ron Sachs …
Wondering How Bill Nelson Feels About the Individual Mandate Today
Federal District Court judge Roger Vinson has ruled that the entire Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a.k.a. “Obamacare,” is unconstitutional. As Dan Foster notes, the ruling does not halt the implementation of the law, but it is …