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Rick Scott's High-Flying Attack

Posted: 10/08/2010 - 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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Florida Senate Candidates Critical of Each Other

Posted: 10/06/2010 - Democrat Kendrick Meek and independent Gov. Charlie Crist teamed up against Republican Senate front-runner Marco Rubio, calling him a far-right radical during the a debate.

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Gingrich Brands Democrats 'Party of Food Stamps'

Posted: 10/06/2010 - Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is advising Republican candidates to frame the choice for voters between Democrats as "the party of food stamps" while selling the GOP as "the party for paychecks."

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'No on Eight' - The Debate on Florida Class Size Caps Continue

Posted: 10/06/2010 - Back in 2002, Florida voters passed a sweeping mandate to reduce public school class sizes, but now, 8 years and 18 billion dollars later, the class size amendment is under fire. It’s a drive that doesn’t come without some stiff opposition.

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Class Size Debate Continues

Posted: 10/05/2010 - The battle for fewer students per classroom is raging as voters are being asked to soften class size restrictions. Amendment Eight would allow schools to meet class size standards based on the average number of students per class instead of a hard count in every room. As Whitney Ray tells us, the amendment is dividing school administrators.

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Senator Al Lawson Endorses Stephen Hogge

Posted: 10/05/2010 - Today, October 5, State Senator Al Lawson endorsed Stephen Hogge for Tallahassee City Commission citing his long-term friendship and close working relationship with Mr. Hogge.

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