One of the most contentious and expensive Congressional campaigns went to the Democrats in the 22nd Congressional District that includes part of Broward and Palm Beach counties.
CBS4’s Jim DeFede hosts the only debate between Lois Frankel and Adam Hasner in the Miami/ Ft. Lauderdale TV market.
“When you gotta go, you gotta go,” says a woman in a new South Florida political ad. The woman (and congressional candidate Adam Hasner) is referring to incumbent Lois Frankel.
One of the most watched political races in the country will likely have a close outcome. The race is for Florida’s newly drawn U.S. Congressional District 22 which covers portions of Broward and Palm Beach counties.
Allen West has long been a Tea Party favorite. His bombastic language and fiery rhetoric – he recently said of President Obama: “I can’t stand the guy, I absolutely can’t stand the guy” – has won him the unswerving support among conservatives.
If Senator Bill Nelson was expecting an easy road back to the Senate in 2012, it looks like he’s in for a lot more than he bargained for with Republican Connie Mack.
If the election were held tomorrow, it would be U.S. Rep. Connie Mack challenging Democrat Bill Nelson for his U.S. Senate seat, according to a new poll by TelOpinion Research.
Everyone is talking about Florida and the race for the presidency, but few people have been talking about the race for the US Senate, until now. The name getting all the attention is Connie Mack.
Some of Florida’s top Republicans steered clear of the state’s first tea party convention. Gov. Rick Scott, who held his first budget proposal announcement in a church filled with tea party groups, and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio both declined invitations.
Republican Congressman Connie Mack IV has changed his mind and will jump into the U.S. Senate race seeking to challenge Democratic Senator Bill Nelson, according to Washington-based reports.