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[UPDATE] McCollum Unsure of Florida GOP Nominee Scott

Posted: 10/12/2010 - Attorney General Bill McCollum says he's leaning toward voting for fellow Republican Rick Scott in next month's governor's election despite their acrimonious, name-calling campaign.

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[UPDATE] Amendments 5 & 6 Would Reshape Florida Redistricting

Posted: 10/12/2010 - Florida voters will decide if they want new standards for how legislative and congressional districts are redrawn. NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg will campaign in Florida this week in support of the two state redistricting amendments.

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GOP Hoping for a Majority in Florida

Posted: 10/12/2010 - Most of the excitement this political season revolves around Florida's marquee races, but many people are keeping a close eye on a handful of *local* contests. At stake - a rarity in state politics...A veto-proof majority. Reporter Troy Kinsey explains what it is, and how it could happen.

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Voters to Decide District Guidelines

Posted: 10/11/2010 - This November, voters will decide the fate of two constitutional amendments designed to keep politicians from drawing their own districts without guidelines. Some incumbents say it will lessen minority representation, but as Mike Vasilinda tells us, a jig saw puzzle of districts are common across the state.

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Sink's 2-Minute Ad Attacks Scott's Credibility

Updated: 10/12/2010 - Florida's Democratic candidate for governor, Alex Sink, is rolling out a rare two-minute-long TV ad slamming Republican nominee Rick Scott for a massive fraud scandal that occurred on his watch at his former hospital company.

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In Florida, Obama Raising Money, Rallying Spirits

Posted: 10/11/2010 - President Barack Obama says the Nov. 2 midterm elections aren't about whether Americans are happy with where the country is right now, but rather about which party can get the nation where it needs to be.

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Rick Scott's High-Flying Attack

Posted: 10/09/2010 - Rick Scott has already spent five times as much money as any gubernatorial candidate in Florida history. When he entered the race, his net worth was more than 200-million dollars.Critics say he's attempting to buy the election. But thanks to his wealth, Scott could be in a unique position to cut spending in Tallahassee. Troy Kinsey explores how a new *high-flying* attack may resonate with voters.

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BOG Rallies Student Vote

Posted: 10/08/2010 - The youth vote has long been equated to a sleeping giant. Voters under 30 have the numbers to alter an election, but they’re the most likely to stay home on November 2nd. As Whitney Ray tells us, the state’s university system is challenging Florida’s 300,000 college students to get informed and vote this year.

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Senate Candidates Flagged for Taking Too Much Cash

Posted: 10/08/2010 - Three U.S. Senate candidates are responsible for nearly half the notices the Federal Election Commission has issued in the past year for taking contributions that appear to exceed federal limits.

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