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  • A quarter of Gov. Charlie Crist donors max out at $4,800

    Gov. Charlie Crist has a lot of wealthy friends. And many of them, from plaintiff lawyers and corporate executives to New York socialites and Tallahassee lobbyists, have cut checks to his U.S. Senate bid for the full $4,800 they're allowed to give to a...
  • Sen. Mel Martinez's exit kicks ball to Crist

    Sen. Mel Martinez's exit kicks ball to Crist
    U.S. Sen. Mel Martinez ended months of speculation that he wouldn't finish his term and abruptly announced his resignation Friday — opening the door for Gov. Charlie Crist to name a replacement to the seat he is seeking in 2010. "My priorities have...
  • Career makes campaign tricky for Alex Sink

    Alex Sink was preordained to run for higher office. Charlie Crist running for the U.S. Senate only makes things more convenient. Sink is a CEO by training and temperament, making her a better fit for the governor's office. There is no other Democrat...
  • Alex Sink is in: Dem will run for governor

    TALLAHASSEE -- Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink jumped into the 2010 governor's race Wednesday, a day after Gov. Charlie Crist set off a cascade of political course corrections by announcing he would run for the U.S. Senate instead of re-election. Sink,...
  • BIll McCollum makes populist appeal

    Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum launched his bid for governor Monday in his hometown, pledging to keep the office in Republican hands by advancing a populist agenda centered on kitchen-table concerns and "inclusion." McCollum, 64, a staunch...
  • Charles Bronson bows out of race for governor

    TALLAHASSEE -- Agriculture Commissioner Charles Bronson ended his brief flirtation with a 2010 gubernatorial bid Thursday, likely clearing the deck for Republicans to avert a costly primary fight. Bronson, born and raised in Osceola County, bowed out to...
  • GOP avoids primaries in gambit to survive

    It makes sense that top insiders in both of Florida's political parties want to avoid costly primaries at a time when the economy is in the toilet. But for Republicans, it may be a matter of sheer survival. That's why Attorney General Bill McCollum...
  • Here's why voters are victims as governor's race solidifies

    Florida Gov. Charlie Crist had barely announced his candidacy for the U.S. Senate before insiders from both political parties decided to anoint their gubernatorial nominees -- Attorney General Bill McCollum for the Republicans and Chief Financial...
  • Democrat Alex Sink flies into controversy with extra plane stops

    Florida's chief financial officer may have made extra stops on the state plane to pick up or drop off family members while conducting state business, records show. Flight logs show that while Alex Sink and staff were traveling to the capital from West...
  • 'Paula-ticians' push Dockery to run for governor

    She's been labeled the "Queen of Evil" and "Bride of Satan" after some say she demonized Central Florida's SunRail. Sen. Paula Dockery pushed her way to the forefront this year after a successful defeat of the much-anticipated commuter-rail project....
  • Bank on it: Sink can't escape past

    It is time for Alex Sink to stand before the people of Florida, hold her head high and admit: "I was a b-b-ba-banker. "And I'd do it again." She wasn't just any banker. She was a bank president in charge of Bank of America's entire Florida operation....