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  • RPOF locks in $2 million in ad time for Dorothy Hukill

     
    The Republican Party of Florida has locked in $2 million worth of television advertising time for Senate candidate Dorothy Hukill, in what will be one of the most expensive legislative races in Florida this fall. Hukill, a state representative from Port...
  • Public school cuts weigh on Republicans in legislative races

     
    In May 2011, in front of hundreds of cheering supporters in The Villages, under a banner proclaiming “Promises Made, Promises Kept,” Republican Gov. Rick Scott signed into law a state budget that cut nearly $1.4 billion from Florida's public...
  • Democratic hopes fading in key state Senate race

     
    With less than three weeks remaining until the Nov. 6 election, the Florida Democratic Party has yet to buy any advertising time on Orlando broadcast networks to promote Frank Bruno, the Volusia County politician who was once seen as one of the minority...
  • The most important legislative races in Florida

     
    With early voting beginning across Florida this weekend, Political Pulse gives you….The Most Important State Races in Florida™. Senate District 34 – The most important Senate race is an obvious call: This battle between two incumbents,...
  • Thursday Morning Reads: Sandy’s insurance impact and last minute campaign ploys

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Thursday. Here are the stories we're reading this morning. * Bloomberg looks at the presidential political focus on Orlando. * The Orlando Sentinel looks at the tight, and sometimes ugly, race between two...
  • Monday Morning Reads: One day until Election Day

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Monday. The week has finally come when the campaign ads will cease, robo calls will stop and we will know who is in the House, Senate and Oval Office for the next few years. So, here are the stories we're reading...
  • Across Florida, legislative candidates sidestep fundraising caps

     
    It may be the least effective law in Florida. For two decades, Florida has barred candidates for local or state office from accepting more than $500 from a single donor per election. And yet, more than ever this election cycle, candidates for the...
  • Senate majority bashes Scott’s high-speed rail scuttling

     
    TALLAHASSEE — A majority of the Florida Senate sent a letter to U.S. Secretary Ray LaHood Thursday, blasting Gov. Rick Scott's decision to scuttle the state's $2.7 billion high speed rail plan and pleading for more time. “This project would...
  • Bipartisan pair of lawmakers goes after mandatory sentences for drugs

     
    By Tonya Alanez, Sun Sentinel   An unlikely pair of South Florida legislators wants to eliminate mandatory prison terms for drug trafficking that they say stifle judges' ability to weigh the facts of each case, forcing them to impose sentences as steep as...
  • Florida Senate passes revenue cap, but shuns Colorado comparison

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Senate passed a proposed constitutional amendment Tuesday that would place new handcuffs on the power of future legislators to tax and spend. The Senate voted 27-13 to place a new tax revenue cap for state government before...
  • Lawsuit shield for nursing homes gets stalled

     
    TALLAHASSEE — A Florida Senate committee unexpectedly ran aground Monday on a bill that would give tighter lawsuit-protections to corporate owners in nursing-home negligence lawsuits. The bill, SB 1396, would place a $250,000 non-economic cap on...