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  • Photos, Video: Gingrich in Orlando, opens new HQ

     
    Cheering supporters jammed Newt Gingrich's new Florida campaign headquarters as the GOP presidential contender stopped in, Friday, to greet volunteers and deliver remarks. Gingrich was joined onstage by state co-chairs Rich Crotty and Bill McCollum, and...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Where’s Scott? He’s deliberately staying away from GOP candidates

     
    Today's National Journal feed includes a story by reporter Alex Roarty asking, “Has anyone seen Rick Scott?” His hypothesis is that the governor's invisibility during presidential primary week — he's neither endorsed nor made appearances...
  • 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...
  • Bill McCollum talks up Newt Gingrich on ‘Political Connections’

     
    Flashpoint" focuses on foreign tourists and investors in wake of President Barack Obama's executive order to make it easier for travelers to get visas to visit the United States, moderator Lauren Rowe said. The program airs at 8 a.m. Sunday on WKMG-...
  • PIP bill picks up a McCollum-inspired amendment?

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The effort to reform Florida's no-fault auto-insurance law picked up an amendment in the House Friday that would prohibit the fraud-fighting “strike force” housed within Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater's office from...
  • Thursday Morning Reads: The Marching 100, Internet cafes and immigration

     
    TALLAHASSEE– Good morning and welcome to the morning reads. It's almost the weekend. So to get moving on the day, here are the top five stories we're reading this morning. * The Orlando Sentinel writes that Florida A&M may go next football season...
  • Craig Miller gets endorsement from former Fl AG McCollum

     
    GOP congressional candidate Craig Miller has received an endorsement from former Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum in the race for the newly-redrawn 6th Congressional District, covering much of Volusia, Flagler and St. Johns counties. “While we...
  • Why I haven’t trusted Norm Wolfinger – long before Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman

     
    In Sunday's column, I mentioned that I was glad that Gov. Rick Scott had brought in an outside prosecutor to look at the case involving Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman. My reason: I simply don't trust Seminole-Brevard State AttorneyNorm Wolfinger &#...
  • Has immigration become a non-state priority for Gov. Rick Scott?

     
    Eighteen months ago, then-dark-horse candidate Rick Scott rode the anti-illegal immigration issue to prominence, campaigning that Florida should have a law like Arizona's that allows for law enforcement to stop and card suspected illegal immigrants. It...