Republicans are focusing on unseating
four of Florida's Democratic incumbents as their drive to take
control of the U.S. House nears its end.
Democrats, meanwhile, concentrated most heavily on two of the
three Florida congressional seats being vacated by Republican
incumbents in Tuesday's midterm election.
Democrats also were confident of keeping their only open seat.
The Republican targets included seven-term "Blue Dog"
Democratic Rep. Allen Boyd in north Florida and Rep. Ron Klein, a
two-term Democrat in South Florida.
The GOP also painted bulls eyes on two freshman Democrats in
central Florida, Reps. Alan Grayson and Suzanne Kosmas. Both turned
out Republican incumbents two years ago.
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