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  • Resign to run law affects would be Palm Beach County candidates

     
    Updated at 11:11 a.m., 2:03 p.m., and 3:08 p.m. Elected officials who want to move up to another office in this year???s election face a day of reckoning on Friday. It???s the deadline for elected officials to resign their current......
  • Kottkamp – and Gelber – qualify for Attorney General

     
    Lt. Gov. Jeff Kottkamp, a former state representative and Fort Myers-based member of the Morgan & Morgan trial-law firm, qualified today to run for the Republican nomination for attorney general. “I’ve been preparing to be our state’s...
  • Perman, Sachs win elections without having to face voters

     
    Steve Perman became one of Palm Beach County???s luckiest politicians on Friday. He was automatically elected to the Florida House of Representatives without having to face the voters because no other candidate qualified by Friday???s deadline to run in...
  • Gelber touts prosecutor background in Web video

     
    Sen. Dan Gelber, D-Miami Beach, is airing the first Web video of his campaign, billing himself as a “prosecutor to protect Florida” in the lengthy, three-minute piece. Gelber touts his “98 percent conviction rate” as a feder...
  • Democratic leader criticizes Aronberg, endorses his opponent

     
    State Sen. Nan Rich, D-Weston, is getting involved in the race for the Democratic nomination for Florida attorney general. Rich endorsed Dan Gelber of Miami Beach over Dave Aronberg of Greenacres for the nomination on Friday. It's an unsual move......
  • Gelber fundraiser hosted by prominent attorneys

     
    Dan Gelber's attorney general campaign has pulled together a group of prominent Orlando attorneys to host a $500-a-person fundraiser tonight, from 5:30 to 7, in the lobby of the M&I Bank in Winter park. Included on the host committee are Bruce Blackwell,...
  • Negative campaigning often works, but sometimes backfires

     
    Anyone who turns on a television, especially during a local news show, gets a dose of negative campaigning. With high stakes, the Jeff Greene-Kendrick Meek contest for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate and the Bill McCollum-Rick Scott contest for....
  • Democratic AG candidates in a true toss-up

     
    By Josh Hafenbrack, Tallahassee Bureau TALLAHASSEE — For two months a year, they sit six feet from each other on the floor of the Florida Senate, battling the Republican majority in the state Legislature. Now, two rising stars in the Democratic...
  • AG candidates take more ‘welfare for politicians’ than McCollum

     
    Republican Attorney General Bill McCollum has been taking serious flack from millionaire rival Rick Scott for his decision — just like the one made by all the gubernatorial candidates in 2006 — to accept about $1.71 million in public...
  • Chamber poll: Gelber leads by Aronberg by 6 points

     
    A Florida Chamber of Commerce poll from last week shows state Sen.Dan Gelber, D-Miami Beach, with a slight lead over fellow Sen. Dave Aronberg, D-Greenacres, in their attorney general primary. The poll of 785 likely voters by Cherry Communications had a...
  • Democratic AG hopefuls bicker over source of donations

     
    State Sens. Dan Gelber of Miami Beach and Dave Aronberg of Greenacres had very similar records in the Legislature, so it's no surprise that their Democratic primary race for attorney general has featured bickering mostly on the margins. The latest...