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  • Earl Wood may run if former mayor Crotty enters tax collector race

     
    Former Orange County Mayor Rich Crotty has avoided answering whether he plans to run for Tax Collector in the fall, a race that's generated a lot of interest since the incumbent Earl K. Wood said he would retire soon, after 48 years in office. But the 95-...
  • Rick Scott gears up for re-election

     
    Lest you had any doubts, the topic on the mind of many Florida politicians in 2012 is 2014. The Associated Press explained as much in a weekend story on Rick Scott gearing up for re-election – and Democrats gearing up to challenge him. “The...
  • Berman, Sherman clash continues to fall election

     
    Reps. Brad Sherman and Howard Berman handily outdistanced their five little-known, underfinanced challengers in Tuesday's primary, ensuring that the high-spending, nationally watched showdown between two liberal Democratic congressmen will continue...
  • A statistical snapshot of California's primary

     
    California has more than 17 million registered voters and 21,993 places to cast a ballot in Tuesday’s primary. Across the state there are 604 certified federal and state candidates competing for 154 seats in the California Legislature and the U.S......
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: The five things you need to know this morning.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. With May about to turn into June and a mere 31 days remaining before the deadline to pass a new state budget, things are starting to pick up speed. So here's a quick rundown of......
  • Election day: Legislative races to watch

     
    This post has been corrected. See the note below for details. With independently drawn districts and new voting rules, much uncertainty surrounds the 80 Assembly seats and 20 state Senate seats up for grabs Tuesday. Below is a list of......
  • Galgiani and Berryhill emerge in key Central Valley state Senate race

     
    Assemblywoman Cathleen Galgiani (D-Stockton) and Assemblyman Bill Berryhill (R-Ripon) emerged from Tuesday's primary and will face off in November in the Central Valley’s 5th state Senate District, seen as a swing area that could help shift the...
  • Tony Strickland, Julia Brownley winning heated Ventura congressional race

     
    Democratic state Assemblywoman Julia Brownley of Oak Park emerged from Tuesday's rancorous primary to win a place on the November ballot against Republican state Sen. Tony Strickland of Moorpark....
  • Get Involved this Summer!

     
    Throughout the summer, the College Democrats at UCF are as active as ever! We are a progressive-leaning campus oriented political organization at the University of Central Florida that works towards helping students have their voices heard in local,...
  • Surprises shake up congressional races in the Inland Empire

     
    One of the biggest upsets in Tuesday’s “top two” primary came in a San Bernardino County congressional race where the top Democratic candidate, Redlands Mayor Pete Aguilar, appears to have failed to collect enough votes to make it to...
  • RNC opens 23 ‘Victory’ offices around Florida

     
    The Republican National Committee announced it's opening 23 “Victory” field offices in Florida today, as the 2012 presidential campaign begins in earnest in Florida. The RNC — and Mitt Romney – are a year behind President Barack...