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  • Florida Republicans vote down ‘Obamacare’

     
    By William E. Gibson, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — Florida Republicans voted with the House majority on Wednesday to repeal “Obamacare,” taking the political risk that voters in November will reward their on-going attempts to undo...
  • Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce straw poll favors Rs

     
    The Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce Hob Nob and straw poll resulted in resounding preferences for Republicans with only a couple of exceptions. And where Republicans meet first in primaries, U.S. Rep. Connie Mack IV also wins over a Republican...
  • Which candidates are ducking editorial board interviews?

     
    The Orlando Sentinel's editorial board is doing candidate interviews a little differently this year. We used to bring in candidates one at a time. Now we're interviewing them together, live-streaming the meetings on our website and recording the...
  • 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...
  • > Photos, Video: Sink, Scott crisscross state for early votes

     
    With early voting kicking off across Florida, Monday, gubernatorial nominees Alex Sink and Rick Scott both held get-out-the-vote rallies here. Sink's event was first, rallying supporters to early vote at the downtown Orlando Public Library.  Sink...
  • Maxwell: Florida senators financing redistricting lawsuit

     
    Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell wanted to do a little sleuthing into who was financing the lawsuit against the Amendment 6 congressional redistricting amendment filed by U.S. Reps. Mario Diaz-Balart and Corrine Brown. From Maxwell:  Voters deserve...
  • Guest list: Mel Martinez on ‘Flashpoint’; Corrine Brown on ‘The Agenda’; Florida political experts on ‘Central Florida Spotlight’

     
    Here's a look at the guest list for local public-affairs programs this weekend: "Flashpoint" will feature a Lauren Rowe interview with former Sen. Mel Martinez, who talks about the Tucson shootings and his reaction to Gov. Rick Scott....
  • Central Florida Hispanic growth key to state’s two new congressional districts

     
    If there's power in numbers Hispanics in Central Florida have amassed quite a bit in the last decade. Their numbers have grown by 70 percent and now they top 900,000 in the I-4 corridor. The question now is how to turn that into political muscle. The...
  • Five Democratic legislators join Fair Districts lawsuit

     
    The federal judge in Miami who's hearing a lawsuit over implementation of the Fair Districts amendments can expect a crowded courtroom, as the Florida Democratic Party and five Democratic state legislators become the latest group seeking to intervene in...
  • Train executive blasts Scott’s business sense

     
    By Dan Tracy, Orlando Sentinel   MAITLAND — Gov. Rick Scott should have allowed the private companies interested in building a high-speed train in Florida to at least make an offer before he scuttled the $2.7 billion project, a potential bidder said...
  • 2010 Census shows many political winners and losers

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida's political maps have outgrown their usefulness from Central Florida through the Treasure Coast and Republican hotbed of Fort Myers, according to just-released U.S. Census data. Congressional, state House and Senate districts...