While the primary votes haven’t even been cast yet, it appears that U.S. Senator Bill Nelson will face off against Republican Connie Mack IV in the battle to head back to Washington.
The vendor that accidentally distributed Congressman Connie Mack’s constituent-addressed mail to 57,000 people outside of his district took blame for the error.
The latest polling numbers for Florida’s U.S. Senate race in November is giving incumbent Senator Bill Nelson some reason to breathe a little easier, at least in the short-term.
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.
The chances that a Republican can unseat Senator Bill Nelson in 2012 are shrinking every day. Nelson outraised every Republican challenger that has declared for the 2012 GOP primary.
Former House Majority Leader Adam Hasner scored a victory in a U.S. Senate straw poll by conservative activists Friday, a win that could raise the stature of his campaign and emphasizes the problems one of his major primary rivals faces with Republican base.
Now that the Florida Legislative session has come to an end, several prominent state Republicans are lining up support to challenge U.S. Senator Bill Nelson next year.