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  • Gov. Brown coasts to historic fourth term

    Gov. Brown coasts to historic fourth term
    California voters decisively elected Gov. Jerry Brown to a historic fourth term Tuesday, a rare bright spot for Democrats on a night when Republicans celebrated huge victories in the rest of the nation. Brown handily defeated GOP challenger Neel...
  • Louisiana Senate race likely to hinge on black vote

    Standing on a street of abandoned lots interrupted by the occasional dilapidated shotgun house, a campaign worker for Sen. Mary L. Landrieu looked down at the list of addresses where she was to knock on doors and assumed there had been a mistake. The...
  • Now it's time for Scott to fulfill campaign pledges

    Now it's time for Scott to fulfill campaign pledges
    After Florida's most expensive and most negative race for governor ever, Republican Rick Scott has managed to hold on to his job for another four years. Now it's time for Scott to put aside the bitterness of the campaign and get back to the business...
  • Wisconsin governor Scott Walker wins re-election

    Wisconsin governor Scott Walker wins re-election
    Wisconsin Republican Governor Scott Walker has won re-election, Reuters/Ipsos projected on Tuesday, prevailing in a tough fight against Democratic challenger Mary Burke. Walker, 47, a conservative Tea Party favorite considered to have presidential...
  • Rick Scott defeats Charlie Crist to win second term

    Rick Scott defeats Charlie Crist to win second term
    — Rick Scott, who just two years ago was labeled the least popular governor in America, capped off a political comeback Tuesday, persuading Floridians to give him another four years in office — and leaving the Democratic Party in shambles....
  • Republican governors prevail in big, bitterly fought races

    Republican governors prevail in big, bitterly fought races
    Republican governors triumphed in key races on Tuesday in the political heavyweight states of Florida, Michigan and Wisconsin, joining the partisan tide that gave Republicans control of the U.S. Senate. In races shaped by voters' worries about the...
  • Mayo: 'Hope and Change' has become 'Mope and Cringe'

    Mayo: 'Hope and Change' has become 'Mope and Cringe'
    Winners, losers, questions and conclusions for South Florida and beyond after Election 2014: --My number one question after last night's Republican onslaught: When does Debbie Wasserman Schultz tender her resignation as Democratic National Committee...
  • Is Republican domination healthy?

     Is Republican domination healthy?
          Republicans have it all for at least the next two years. Let’s see what they do with it. Personally, I think the divisiveness in the state and nationwide is only going to get worse, not better. In Florida, you have Gov. Rick Scott...
  • Time now for Gov. Scott to fulfill promises

    Time now  for Gov. Scott to fulfill promises
    After Florida's most expensive and negative race for governor ever, Republican Rick Scott has managed to hold on to his job for another four years. The voters have spoken. The race is decided. In a tough-as-nails contest, a majority of Floridians...
  • Clarence Page: If the candidates in next big election sound familiar, they should

    Clarence Page: If the candidates in next big election sound familiar, they should
    Are you ready for Clinton vs. Bush 2.0? My earlier prediction that Jeb will face Hillary in 2016 is looking more certain than ever. Sure, in theory the conventional wisdom says that voters want to see some fresh and new names at the top of their...
  • House Republicans could see their first black, gay members in years

    House Republicans are expected to expand their majority in Tuesday's election in part by welcoming a new crop of fiery conservatives - but also by adding something that has been missing from the GOP: diversity. Republicans in the House will probably add...