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Marco Rubio

Marco Rubio
Marco Antonio Rubio (born May 28, 1971) is an American politician and lawyer. Rubio was the Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives during the 2007 and 2008 legislative sessions. He was first elected to the Florida House as a Republican on January 25, 2000, from the 111th district.
Marco Antonio Rubio (born May 28, 1971) is an American politician and lawyer. Rubio was the Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives during the 2007 and 2008 legislative sessions. He was first elected to the Florida House as a Republican on January 25, 2000, from the 111th district. « Show less

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  • When it comes to PACs, Jeb has won the battle

    Ready or not, the 2016 presidential race is upon us. Voters have months and months to monitor campaigns before deciding which candidates deserve nomination. But if you judge potential candidates by the cleverness and quality of the names given to the...
  • 2016's field of Republican dreams

    Seemingly every Republican who has held high office in the last two decades is eager to jump into the presidential race. Whether it's the new guys, such as Sens. Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Rand Paul and Govs. Chris Christie and Scott Walker, or old-...
  • U.S. has no idea how many fugitives Cuba's harboring

    U.S. has no idea how many fugitives Cuba's harboring
    The United States does not know how many fugitives are in Cuba. Nobody tracks it. Nobody even routinely asks for the return of those wanted on serious federal charges, much less more common state offenses, the Sun Sentinel has found. Law enforcement...
  • With Romney out, race wide open for Republican presidential nomination

    Mitt Romney's decision not to jump into the 2016 president campaign gives an immediate boost to former Florida governor Jeb Bush's candidacy, but over time it could have an even greater impact by opening up the nomination contest to some of Bush's rivals....
  • A sorry Republican preview for 2016

    A sorry Republican preview for 2016
    As the likely coronation of Hillary Clinton as the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee quietly progresses without serious opposition, the Republicans seem to be working overtime publicizing an abundance of long shots hoping to be her challenger. The...
  • Football, politics, good eats — and a call for safer driving

    Football, politics, good eats — and a call for safer driving
    In today's Friday Files, we have everything from football fun to political gambling. But first, something serious: Fellow drivers, we have to slow the blazes down and be more aware — especially in the dark hours of morning when kids are walking to...
  • As Romney weighs '16 bid, some past donors in Chicago commit to Jeb Bush

    Closing in on a decision about whether to again run for president, Mitt Romney is finding that several past major fundraisers and donors in key states like Illinois have defected to former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. The donors, in interviews with The...
  • Republican write-off: Rubio and Huckabee serve 'Dreams' and 'Gravy'

    Republican write-off: Rubio and Huckabee serve 'Dreams' and 'Gravy'
    Little noticed amid the will-they-or-won't-they speculation over who will run for the 2016 Republican nomination, leading figures in both parties now agree to a surprising extent about what economic problem will top the next president's agenda. Whether...
  • Will Rubio be GOP's latest repeat candidate?

    U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio’s decision to run for president is prudent. Republicans typically nominate a candidate who has tried (and tried and tried) in the past. By 2040, it may be Rubio’s turn. By then, he’ll be 68 years old and out of...
  • On immigration, Congress can declare victory

    On immigration, Congress can declare victory
    According to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll before the State of the Union Address, Americans believe that "securing the border" should be a priority — after helping the economy, defeating the Islamic State and reducing the deficit. So...
  • Five things for Wednesday, Jan. 28

    Five things for Wednesday, Jan. 28
    Here are your stories for Wednesday in Central Florida: plans for Plaza Live; startup program helps entrepreneur; lineup changes for Magic as they search for answers; and more. 1. The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, which bought the Plaza Live theater...