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Election Day

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  • Democratic leader says impact of Robert Wexler???s endorsement of Crist tough to measure

     
    Extensive coverage of Wexler's endorsement of Crist. Former Congressman Robert Wexler enjoys a strong reservoir of support at the Century Village condominium community west of Boca Raton. But that doesn???t necessarily mean Wexler???s endorsement of...
  • Analyst says Kosmas is done; her camp disagrees

     
    UPDATE 5:30 PM: Adds new insight from Rothenberg. WASHINGTON — With less than two months before Election Day, things are looking either bad or worse for U.S. Rep. Suzanne Kosmas, a freshman Democrat from New Smyrna Beach. According to the Rothenberg...
  • Florida voters casting ballots early, often

     
    By Keith Laing, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — If votes in last month’s primaries had been cast only on Election Day, Democratic gubernatorial nominee Alex Sink might be facing Attorney General Bill McCollum instead of Rick Scott. That&...
  • Jim DeMint: The most undemocratic senator?

     
    The Times has long opposed filibusters and holds in the Senate (yes, even during the Bush years) on the grounds that both procedures are fundamentally undemocratic and require a level of mutual respect that no longer exists in Congress. Recent examples of...
  • The Rhubarb Patch: Quinn v. Brady; judging the imperfects

     
    Veteran Chicago commentator Dennis Byrne is a weekly contributor to the Tribune's commentary pages and the proprietor of The Barbershop, a ChicagoNow blog. In Wednesday's Tribune he joins me in The Rhubarb Patch to debate the race for governor To......
  • Florida Tea Party: We have nothing to hide

     
    Leaders of the Florida Tea Party say they have nothing to hide. That's what they said a day after being subpoenaed — along with Florida Tea Party candidates and Democratic U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson — to force them to appear for depositions before...
  • Residency should be an unmentionable issue

     
    The poet Robert Frost famously defined home as “the place where, when you have to go there. They have to take you in.” Gov. Pat Quinn suggested another definition Wednesday during a post-debate news conference when reporters pressed him on......
  • Quietly, America's Election Day becomes Election Month -- and you're in it right now

     
    Early voting is fundamentally changing the way Americans cast their ballot -- and the way candidates campaign....
  • Rick Scott shows off Hispanic support as election nears

     
    Florida gubernatorial candidate Rick Scott may have been criticized by Hispanics in his own party because of his immigration stance before the primary, but the Republican candidate doesn’t seem to be having any problem recruiting supporters now that he....
  • Rubio reports more than $5 million in contributions for third quarter

     
    Marco Rubio is out with his latest fund-raising totals. And it's a lot … Campaign Heads Into Final Stretch With More Than $5.5 Million Cash On Hand Miami, FL – Demonstrating growing grassroots momentum, U.S. Senate Republican nominee Marco Rubio...
  • Dems rally against `corruption’ in Tallahassee

     
    By William E. Gibson, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON –  Florida Democrats touted their “Countdown to Accountability” campaign on Thursday, a grass-roots crusade that accuses state Republicans of corrupt leadership in Tallahassee. The...