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Bill McCollum

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  • Pols unite to help environment, honor Thom Rumberger

     
    From the Sentinel's Taking Names columnist Scott Maxwell: It’s not every day you get Bill Nelson, Charlie Crist, Bill McCollum, Alex Sink – and dozens of other politicians from both sides of the aisle – in the same room to champion the...
  • Read the 43 names on Jim Greer’s witness list

     
    When his trial on charges of stealing from the Republican Party of Florida begins on Feb. 11, ex-party chair Jim Greer has served notice he may call as many as 43 witnesses to testify on his behalf, or at least answer his questions. Though 30 of them,...
  • Greer wants GOP bigwigs to testify at his trial

     
    The News Service of Florida Former Florida Republican Party Chairman Jim Greer wants to call several high profile witnesses in his criminal trial, including former Gov. Charlie Crist and several former legislative leaders. Greer also wants to call current...
  • WKMG, Tony Pipitone look at George Zimmerman case; News 13 previews Jim Greer trial

     
    In local public-affairs programming this weekend: WKMG-Channel 6's Tony Pipitone and  legal analyst Luis Calderon discuss the latest in the George Zimmerman case on “Flashpoint.” The program, moderated by Lauren Rowe, airs at 8 a.m. Sunday...
  • Jeb dismisses Republican fringe candidates

     
    In this interview, Jeb Bush talks about the 2012 election. (podcast is on the left of Sayfie Review web page. Great site for political junkies) He says the Republicans have “two or three' candidates who could beat the president. He then talks...
  • Romney at Isleworth: Obama out of touch with middle income people; business success makes America more powerful

     
    At a $2,500-per-person fundraiser at Isleworth Country Club in suburban Orlando, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney berated President Barack Obama for being out of touch with middle-income Americans and for stating that he did not know the...
  • Art Grindle and his wife eulogized as “amazing pillars” of community

     
    From our colleague Stephen Hudak: Art Grindle and his wife Phyllis were eulogized as “amazing pillars of our community”  by Ann McGee, president of Seminole State College of Florida, at a Friday memorial service held on campus. The college's ...
  • Newt channels Rick

     
    After his come-from-behind victory over Mitt Romney in South Carolina, Newt Gingrich is casting himself as an outsider in the tradition of Ronald Reagan as he storms into Florida ahead of the Jan. 31 primary. Here's how Gingrich branded his campaign...
  • McCollum to endorse Connie Mack IV? Announcement set

     
    Former Florida attorney general Bill McCollum intends a “major announcement involving U.S. Senate candidate U.S. Rep. Connie Mack, R-Fort Myers Monday during a campaign stop in Orlando. The announcement will come Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the C & B...
  • Seminole County has already surpassed 2008 absentee totals

     
    Here's some more anecdotal evidence of the Republican tsunami in Florida: Seminole County, a suburban enclave of Orlando, has already cast more absentee ballots with ten days to go than in the entire 2008 presidential primary.  Seminole Elections...
  • Whose side are you on: Team Mitt, Team Newt or Team Obama?

     
    The Republican primary race is really heating up, with top contenders Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich criss-crossing Florida while trading barbs. Gingrich's resurrection has been amazing, because just two weeks ago Romney's nomination seemed a foregone...