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  • NAACP maps show what’s possible in redistricting

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Republican lawmakers say voters who last year endorsed the anti-gerrymandering Fair Districts constitutional reforms may be in for a rude awakening when the first drafts of congressional and legislative maps are released in the...
  • Nelson still tough to beat with Haridopolos out

     
    Does Mike Haridopolos' decision yesterday to quit the race for the U.S. Senate fundamentally change what the incumbent, Democrat Bill Nelson, can expect to face in the November 2012 general election? Unlikely. Haridopolos and Adam Hasner were the...
  • Haridopolos rips Hasner, hoping for a ‘principled conservative’ to run

     
    VIERA — After a legislative redistricting hearing in his home county, Senate President Mike Haridopolos didn't mince words Thursday about the U.S. Senate race he quit last week and who he won't be backing in it. “I can tell you one thing: I...
  • Lyndsey Cruley is Haridopolos’ new Senate mouthpiece

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Senate President Mike Haridopolos has hired House Majority Office press guru Lyndsey Cruley to be his new press secretary. Cruley has been handling media for the Legislature's redistricting hearings, and is a 2009 graduate of Florida...
  • Haridopolos shows for redistricting hearing, urges patience, gets called out

     
    VIERA — Senate President Mike Haridopolos on Thursday urged a hometown crowd to have realistic expectations when lawmakers re-draw political maps next year, saying “even if you draw a perfect square or perfect circle” people in the...
  • Senate pays $109k in legal fees for Siplin’s ethics case

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Senate has picked up the $109,000 tab for state Sen. Gary Siplin's four-year legal battle over an ethics complaint lodged by a former Orange County sheriff's deputy. Last February, a state appeals court ruled the Orlando...
  • Q-Poll leftovers: Outsiders are in, again

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Here are a few more observations from today's Quinnipiac Unversity poll that found President Obama heading in the wrong direction in Florida: – Just like in “Wargames,” the only way to win the debt-ceiling blame-...
  • Assessing the GOP Senate field

     
    George LeMieux has picked up an endorsement from former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour, whose not so long ago was mentioned as a potential in the Republican primary contest for president. Barbour's the former head of the Republican National Committee....
  • Lizbeth Benacquisto gets Senate party role

     
    Florida Senate Presidnet Mike Haridopolos, R-Merritt Island, has created a seventh leadership position for the majority party, and given it to state Sen. Lizbeth Benacquisto, R-Wellington. She'll serve as deputy majority leader. The Republican majority...
  • Voting groups ask lawmakers for timeline on redistricting

     
    TALLAHASSEE– The Florida League of Women Voters, Florida NAACP, Common Cause Florida and Democracia USA sent a letter to legislative leaders Wednesday asking them to adopt a redistricting timeline that would require both the House and Senate to vote...
  • Senate creating a Casey Anthony Committee

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida Senate President Mike Haridopolos said Friday he was creating a select committee to probe the legislative response to the Casey Anthony murder trial verdict, and the panel will start holding hearings next month. In the days...