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  • Congressional reactions to President Obama's immigration reform announcement

    Congressional reactions to President Obama's immigration reform announcement
    U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D, and and Democratic U.S. Reps. Alan Grayson and Corrine Brown support President Obama's immigration reform actions, while Republicans U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio and U.S. Rep. Bill Posey oppose.
  • Posey, Murphy push through Indian River Lagoon aid

    Posey, Murphy push through Indian River Lagoon aid
    In a bi-partisan effort, Republican U.S. Rep. Bill Posey of Rockledge and Democratic U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy of Jupiter got the House of Representatives to reauthorize money Tuesday for estuary restoration, with some specifically to help the troubled...

    Central Florida members of Congress all get re-elected

    Central Florida members of Congress all get re-elected
    A drama-free congressional campaign season ended Tuesday with Central Florida incumbents U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson easily defeating Republican challenger Carol Platt and U.S. Rep. Daniel Webster turning back Democratic challenger Michael "Mac" McKenna....

    Pricey governor's race, pot question top Florida ballot

    Pricey governor's race, pot question top Florida ballot
    The record-setting $200 million race for governor and a constitutional amendment to legalize medical marijuana have pumped up the stakes for Tuesday's election, but many voters still may stay away. It's a mid-term election — the kind that people...

    NYTimes Polling: All CF Congressional seats safe

    NYTimes Polling: All CF Congressional seats safe
    It's tough to beat an incumbent Congressman. It's even tougher when the challenger gets little or no support from his or her party, and doesn't raise much money. It's even tougher in Central Florida, where most of the districts were drawn to be heavy...