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Dan Gelber

A Democrat who lost the 2010 election for Florida Attorney General to Pam Bondi.
A Democrat who lost the 2010 election for Florida Attorney General to Pam Bondi. « Show less

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  • Partisan endorsements

     
    So, I return from vacation to find some e-mails featuring endorsements by two interest groups – Associated Industries of Florida and the Florida Consumer Action Network. AIF is a business group, and all of its endorsements were for Republicans. FCAN is a
  • Unions, Dem candidates to go door-to-door in Orlando

     
    The Florida AFL-CIO and a host of Democratic candidates will be going door-to-door on Saturday; between personal contacts and phone calls, they say they plan to reach 3,000 union members and their families. Participating candidates will include U.S. Rep....

    Two Democrats with Palm Beach County ties join state gay rights group???s board.

     
    State Sen. Dave Aronberg, D-Greenacres, and political consultant Eric Johnson, are joining the board of the state gay rights group Florida Together. Aronberg, who is straight, said his presence will bring an element of diversity to the organization???s...

    Florida legislators face tough choices in a budget-crunching year

    Florida's lawmakers will gather at the budget-battered capital this year to confront a financial mess – but even so, they vow not to raise taxes. Federal stimulus money runs out midway through the fiscal year, blowing a billion-dollar hole in the...

    Will Florida's growth-a-holic tendencies change with new reality?

    Will Florida's growth-a-holic tendencies change with new reality?
    In a state hooked on development, Flagler County became a junkie. Explosive growth was its crystal meth – a potent and relatively cheap path to revenue, plentiful jobs and a brief sense of economic euphoria. When the drug flowed freely, the county...