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  • Bowen slips further behind Huey as ballot counting nears end in race to succeed Jane Harman [Updated]

     
    With fewer than 200 votes to be counted, Secretary of State Debra Bowen has slipped further behind Republican businessman Craig Huey in the race to succeed former Rep. Jane Harman (D-Venice). [Updated at 4:14 p.m. On Thursday afternoon, Bowen conceded.......
  • Architects to present preliminary Ocean Strand findings next week

     
    Architects planning the Ocean Strand park for the Greater Boca Raton Beach and Parks District will kick off the public park planning process at the district's meeting on May 23. "They're going to say here???s what we own, what......
  • About time for ‘Prime Time:’ Ex-FSU star in College Hall

     
    As you've undoubtedly read here or heard about in some other venue, former Florida State cornerback Deion “Prime Time” Sanders was selected Tuesday as one of the 14 newest members of the College Football Hall of Fame. He becomes the fifth...
  • Hahn, Huey appear headed to July 12 runoff in congressional race to replace Jane Harman

     
    In a seemingly major upset in the race to replace former Rep. Jane Harman (D-Venice), Republican Craig Huey appears to have captured one of the spots in a July 12 runoff. With all of the election night ballots counted late......
  • Responses pour in over election bill

     
    Responses to the new election law from politicos across Florida are pouring in. Here are a few. FOR THE BILL Sen. Miguel Diaz de la Portilla, R-Miami: “I applaud Governor Scott for signing HB1355 this afternoon. Under previous law, it was too easy...
  • A Democrat winning? In Jacksonville?

     
    And now for something completely unexpected: A Democrat is beating the Republican candidate in the Jacksonville mayoral race. Alvin Brown was ahead of Mike Hogan by about 600 votes earlier today.  They're still counting absentee votes (which usually favor...
  • Blowback: Arnold failed at marriage, not governing

     
    Lost in the post-separation crowing of Arnold Schwarzenegger's enemies is the fact that they are largely responsible for much of California's grief thanks to the defeat of the former governor's four ballot measures in November 2005....
  • May 23 buzz: America's changing morality; S.F.'s anti-circumcision proposition

     
    Most viewed and shared: America the stony-hearted Neal Gabler addresses the moral reconfiguration going on in our country and how it's changed our politics. Scarcely a generation ago, you wouldn't have found many conservatives who would have sneered at...
  • A look ahead to November elections in East Penn area

     
    East Penn municipalities that had relatively quiet primary elections could get a little louder as November draws near. Some could have some interesting races in the fall. Following is a brief look at those races based on unofficial primary results...
  • Hummus-gate consumes DePaul

     
    Does the brand of hummus served on campus fund illicit Israeli activities, or are people overreacting?...
  • State softball player and coach of the year nominations

     
    Winter Springs pitcher Kiersten Coffman and Boone pitcher Paige Pender are both on the Florida Dairy Farmers Awards ballot for Class 6A softball player of the year. Kissimmee Osceola third baseman Alexa Ballard is nominated for the 5A player of the year....