Senate Candidates Pour Money Into PrimariesMoney continues flowing into the Senate races across the Sunshine State.
Judge Rules Against Gambling Regulators On Card GamesFlorida gambling overseers were wrong to do away with rule governing controversial "designated player" card games at pari-mutuel facilities.
Miami Senate Primary Turns Into Free-For-AllBribery and links to a terrorist group are just some of the accusations candidates have hurled at each other in a bitter Miami primary fight.
Central Florida Senate Race Tilts To The RightTwo state House members and a wealthy political novice are using a GOP primary to test the limits of what it means to be a conservative.
Mayor Gimenez: Opponent's Claims Have ‘No Basis In Fact’The race for Miami-Dade County Mayor has been contentious at times, pitting an incumbent mayor against the daughter of another mayor.
New District Shapes Webster-Grabelle RaceA political veteran and a first-timer are facing each other in the Republican primary in Florida's Congressional District 11.
Red State, Blue StateAs this year's presidential race bounces along, the nation's partisan divide continues drawing attention.
Democrats Fire At Each Other In Broward Senate PrimaryIn a heated primary for an open Broward County Senate seat, Democrats fire at each other.
Millions Of Dollars Flow To Lobbying FirmsFlorida's lobbying industry remains lucrative.
Conservatives Duke It Out For Congressional SeatCongressional District 1 is one of the most conservative congressional districts in the country.
Money Continues Flowing Into Senate Races Across FloridaMoney continues flowing into the Senate races across the Sunshine State.
Negron Land-Buying Plan Draws Panhandle FoesThe plan to buy 60,000 acres of farmland south of Lake Okeechobee to help reduce toxic algae blooms is meeting resistance.

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