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Campaign Chaos in the Sunshine State

Updated: 10/25/2004 - A former campaign manager for the effort to raise the minimum wage says his old organization improperly registered voters.

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Early Voting Caravan

Updated: 10/24/2004 - From the pulpit to the ballot box, area churches are spreading more than the gospel.

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Al Gore's Visit

Updated: 10/24/2004 - Former Vice President Al Gore was in the capital city Sunday, urging voters to turn their anger into energy at the polls.

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Escaped Inmate

Updated: 10/24/2004 - A Wakulla County inmate on the run is back behind bars Sunday night.

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Forest Festival

Updated: 10/24/2004 - It's the talk of the town in Perry, Florida around this time of year; the annual Forest Festival.

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FAMU Homecoming 2004

Updated: 10/24/2004 - Tens of thousands lined the streets of Tallahassee Saturday for Florida A&M’s Homecoming Parade.

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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Updated: 10/24/2004 - It was a sea of pink for miles as hundreds of people gathered Saturday morning in Tallahassee to make "Strides Against Breast Cancer."

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School Fire

Updated: 10/24/2004 - Flames rip through RAA Middle School in Tallahassee Saturday morning.

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Smile, Child!

Updated: 10/22/2004 - Nearly a thousand Gadsden County elementary school students get involved in a three-day dental screening program.

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Homecoming Spirit 2004

Posted: 10/22/2004 - There’s homecoming spirit in the wake of turmoil due to the football mess and presidential ousting.

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FDLE Investigates Allegations of Voter Fraud

Updated: 10/22/2004 - Florida elections officials now fear there may be an organized effort underway to confuse or even disenfranchise voters, especially young adults.

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Success with the Military Vote

Updated: 10/21/2004 - The National Military Voting Assistance Program has been very successful at Moody Air Force Base.

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AP-plicable to College

Updated: 10/21/2004 - Advanced Placement courses can give kids a jump-start on their college education.

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Black Voters in the Peach State

Updated: 10/21/2004 - Georgia has had an increase of almost 400,000 new voters register for the elections in November over the last Presidential Election period. Election officials say black voters gained 1.3-percent of the total number of active registered voters between January and this week while the share of white voters dropped by almost two-percent.

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5K Walk/Run for Health

Updated: 10/21/2004 - Hundreds of state employees gathered in Southwood to participate in the Annual 5K Walk/Run.

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Auto Techs Wanted

Updated: 10/21/2004 - The Florida Automobile Dealers Association has been the driving force behind an effort to establish the industry's automotive youth educational systems program at schools throughout Florida.

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