GOP Turnout Way Ahead in Florida?
Can this be right?
In the GOP primary in Florida, a foregone conclusion for Rubio, 787,122 total votes cast.
In the Democratic primary, an actual competitive race between Kendrick Meek and Jeff Greene, 489,384 total votes cast.
UPDATE: Similar disparity in the …
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. …
Florida’s Poll Numbers, Stuck in a Holding Pattern
Quinnipiac’s latest poll in Florida’s Senate race . . . looks a lot like the previous ones:
Florida Gov. Charlie Crist leads the three-way race for the U.S. Senate seat with 37 percent, followed by 32 percent for Republican Marco Rubio and 17 …
New Meek Ad Not Very Meek
On the Democrat side of the Florida Senate fight, the gloves are off. Kendrick Meek has just launched a new ad that claims his primary foe, Jeff Greene, “helped fuel the economic meltdown.”
Look Closer at the Florida Airwaves
Charlie Crist will probably try to remain mum on whether, if elected Florida’s next senator, he would vote to make Harry Reid (or Chuck Schumer or Dick Durbin) or Mitch McConnell the majority leader.
But that doesn’t mean …
I’m the Billionaire Real Estate Mogul Who’s on Your Side
An ad suddenly popping up on my GMail account:
Stop Career Politicians — www.jeffgreene.com — Join Jeff Greene – a real outsider who will get results for Florida.
And on his new site, Jeff Greene offers a video …
Greene May Spend a Lot of Green
Ha-ha, Florida Democrats chuckle. “Look at those silly Republicans! Now they’ve got Marco Rubio and Charlie Crist splitting the non-Democratic vote! Our guy, Kendrick Meek, has a much clearer path!”
And now, Kendrick Meek has a billionaire primary competitor: …
It’s Rubio vs. Crist vs. Meek.
CNN projects Kendrick Meek will win the Democratic Senate primary in Florida.
That is fantastic news for Marco Rubio, whose victory speech was interrupted by CNN breaking in to announce Meek’s win.
Jeff Greene spent $23 million of his own …
Jeff Greene Hits Meek Below the Waterline: His Taxpayer-Funded Car
I get e-mails from the Senate campaign of Jeff Greene, Florida Democrat, several times a day, often reminding me how his primary rival, Kendrick Meek, is history’s greatest monster. After a while, these messages get easy to tune out, …
Florida Loves Wealthy Outsiders!
It appears this was the wrong year to be a member or former member of the U.S. House of Representatives running for statewide office in Florida against a guy with gobs and gobs of money.
Florida businessman Rick Scott …
Candidates Push Fundraising in Advance of August Primary
“We need to raise $50,000 online before that date in order to go on the air and stay there,” wrote Kendrick Meek, Democratic Senate candidate, in an email to supporters on Monday afternoon. “We’re just days away from the biggest …
The Greene and Meek Debate
Florida Democrats are already enduring a Senate front-runner who’s polling in the mid-teens in a three-way race (Kendrick Meek); they probably cringed during this morning’s rough-and-tumble debate:
The debate seemed to be fizzling out as Greene and Meek …
Today’s Jolt includes tales of past White House Correspondents’ Dinner, but in the more substantive news of the morning:
Greene With Envy
I used up a lot of my thoughts on Charlie Crist yesterday, but I’m starting to …