Florida Republicans Elect New LeaderIn a split vote that underscored the challenges Gov. Rick Scott faces from within his own party in his re-election effort, over the weekend Florida Republicans elected a new leader.
State Dems Say Gov. Scott Campaign Broke Fundraising Law The head of the state’s Democratic Party is contending that Florida’s Republican Governor’s campaign broke the state’s finance laws.
Dems Criticize Gov. Scott Over Troubled Unemployment WebsiteFlorida Democrats have criticized Gov. Rick Scott for failing to provide leadership or take ownership over the state's troubled $63 million unemployment website.
Scott Looks To Calm Nerves Over Common CoreAmid criticism, Florida Governor Rick Scott said Saturday a state set of revisions to nationwide education standards will be unveiled next week.
Fla. Governor Says Cocaine Congressman To ResignFlorida Republican Chairman Lenny Curry said Monday evening that U.S Representative Trey Radel should resign his position after his conviction for buying cocaine in the nation’s capital.
Jeb Bush Endorses Scott In 2014 Governor's RaceHoping to throw a little political muscle behind the incumbent, former Governor Jeb Bush announced Tuesday that he was endorsing Rick Scott in the 2014 Florida gubernatorial race.
Scott's Likability Low Despite Efforts To Boost It Republican Gov. Rick Scott, whose campaign catchphrase is "It's working," is trying hard to get Floridians to like him.
Charlie Crist Seen As Real Threat If He Challenges Rick Scott While he hasn’t declared that he’s in the running, Florida’s Republican see Charlie Crist as a threat to Gov. Rick Scott in next year's election.
Republicans Wary Of Potential Fmr. Gov. Crist Race Against Gov. ScottIf former Gov. Charlie Crist challenges Gov. Rick Scott in 2014, some Florida Republicans appear to be very wary about the election.
Rich's Snub Worked In Her FavorDenied time to address the party faithful at the Florida Democrats annual fundraising dinner in Hollywood on Saturday has worked in former state Senator Nan Rich’s favor.
Gov. Scott Makes His Case For Another TermGov. Rick Scott is hanging his hat on Florida's improving economy as he looks toward next year's election.
Local Elections Departments Protesting Voter Roll PurgeDespite protests from voting rights groups, Democrats, and several Supervisors of Elections; Florida's voter roll purge isn't slowing down. That's left local elections departments with the tall task of trying to make sense of a list of "non-citizen" voters compiled by the state.

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