When election season began, many Republicans pointed to Florida Senator Bill Nelson as a possible seat that could flip to the GOP in 2012. But that didn’t turn out to be the case as the Associated Press has called the race and declared Senator Bill Nelson the winner of another six-year term in the Senate.
Republican U.S. Representative Connie Mack IV’s Senate campaign is struggling in recent polling and has put in a call to the GOP bullpen to get some help, namely popular Florida Senator Marco Rubio.
Representative Connie Mack IV jumped into the Republican primary for the U.S. Senate late, but quickly became the nominee. But, he’s found a much tougher road in his general election matchup with incumbent Senator Bill Nelson.
Florida Senator Bill Nelson is underwater when it comes to his approval rating, but he’s still ahead by seven points over Republican challenger Representative Connie Mack, IV, according to the later Public Policy Polling poll.
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.
Within minutes of the Supreme Court’s decision, Florida Democrats and Republicans began firing off statements either labeling the Affordable Care Act as either a burdensome new tax or lauding it is as monumental ruling in American history.
As the presidential election heats up over the summer, the latest Quinnipiac Poll has the race swinging towards President Barack Obama.
One day after a Quinnipiac University poll showed Mitt Romney leading in the Sunshine State; a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll found President Barack Obama leading in Florida by five points, outside the margin of error.
As U.S. Senator Bill Nelson continues to pull in more money for his general campaign, it’s looking more and more like his Republican opponent will likely be Representative Connie Mack IV.
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.