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  • Joe Sestak: 'Inclined' to tackle Specter

     
    by Mark Silva Sen. Arlen Specter's bid for reelection could grow more complicated than he expected, with Rep. Joe Sestak saying today that he is "inclined'' to seek the Democratic nomination as well. On Fox News Radio's Brian and the......
  • Obama's partisan, electoral challenge

     
    by Mark Silva As President Barack Obama sets out to nominate his second member of the Supreme Court, he will meet today with leaders of both parties in the Senate who will be instrumental in confirming -- or resisting --......
  • Charlie Crist's dilemma: Going it alone

     
    by Mark Silva Charlie Crist, governor of Florida, has quite a problem on his hands. Our friend Peter Brown, who has spent some time in the journalistic trenches of Florida politics and serves now as an online columnist for the......
  • Crist leads in Florida Senate race

     
    by Michael Muskal As politicians and pundits mull whether Tuesday's primary results indicate a conservative drift in the American electorate, the latest poll in Florida shows that Gov. Charlie Crist, forced out of his party by tea party activists, is........
  • McCollum campaigns today in Palm Beach County

     
    Outgunned on television, McCollum???s popping up all over South Florida this week Sweating under the pressure of Rick Scott???s big money television campaign in the Republican gubernatorial race, Bill McCollum is suddenly popping up all over South...
  • First debate among U.S. Senate candidates set for Palm Beach County

     
    So far, the Democratic primary contest for U.S. Senate has been nasty from afar. Now it has a chance to get nasty face-to-face. The two leading candidates, U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek, D-Miami, and Palm Beach billionaire Jeff Greene are holding......
  • While veterans struggle, new senator sails

     
    by Michael Muskal Neophyte Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York is running far ahead of any possible challenger, a bright spot for Democrats trying to prevent Republicans from seizing control of Congress in the midterm election year. According to a......
  • Both Obama and Clinton beat McCain: Poll

     
    by Frank James Sen. John McCain has his work cut out for him if the latest national poll from Quinnipiac University's Polling Institute accurately captures the voters' mood. According to the poll, McCain runs behind both Sens. Barack Obama and......
  • Gay marriage: Awaiting McCain's move

     
    by Peter Brown Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign, facing the most anti-Republican mood since Watergate, may have finally caught a break. It's not enough to change the election by itself, but the California Supreme Court may have handed him an......
  • Selling John McCain: Change agent?

     
    by Mark Silva There are ways for Sen. John McCain to overcome his two greatest impediments in the presidential contest -- his age, and his association with President Bush -- writes Peter Brown, associate director of the Quinnipiac University Polling......
  • Barack Obama relies on new voters

     
    by Peter Brown In presidential campaigns, as on Wall Street, the phrase "this time is different" elicits skepticism among practitioners who may want to believe, but understand the lessons of history. Traders worry about stocks that rise too far, too......