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George LeMieux Turns His Fire to Obama and Bill Nelson

After spending Wednesday exchanging fire with GOP primary rival U.S. Rep. Connie Mack, Republican Senate hopeful former U.S. Sen. George LeMieux shifted his focus onto the Democrats on Thursday -- namely President Barack Obama and incumbent U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, who are campaigning in South Florida on Thursday.

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Obama Takes On Both Romney and Santorum in Michigan TV Ad

A new player has entered the Michigan Republican primary battle -- President Barack Obama.

The Democrat incumbent is hitting the airwaves -- and the Republican presidential hopefuls -- in a new ad in Michigan. With Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney in a close battle heading into the Tuesday primary, Obama takes jabs at both of the Republican hopefuls -- but Romney draws a little more fire as the ad includes a quote from Romney reading let Detroit go bankrupt. Romney generally does better against Obama than Santorum in general election match-ups.

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Rick Santorum Edges Mitt Romney by 4 in Michigan Poll

With the Michigan Republican presidential primary looming on Tuesday, a poll unveiled on Thursday finds Rick Santorum with a small lead over Mitt Romney in the Great Lakes State.

Santorum leads the American Research Group poll of likely primary voters with 38 percent followed by Romney with 34 percent. Ron Paul places third with 12 percent, while Newt Gingrich lags in single digits with 7 percent. The race is still up for grabs, as 8 percent are undecided while 1 percent back other candidates

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Rick Santorum Hits Mitt Romney on Abortion and Guns in New Ad

Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum unleashed a new ad attacking GOP rival Mitt Romney on Thursday. The ad features a host of quotes from Romney in which the former governor of Massachusetts said he would support legalized abortion and opposed the NRA on gun control. Santorum is contrasted with Romney as a trusted conservative.

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Q-Poll Finds Americans Not Crediting Obama for Economic Recovery

A national poll released by Quinnipiac University on Thursday finds that Americans are feeling better about the economy -- but that shift in thinking is doing little to improve Democrat incumbent President Barack Obamas chances for a second term in November.

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Americans Continue to Think Nation is Going the Wrong Way

A poll from Rasmussen Reports finds that less than a third -- 31 percent -- of likely voters in November believe the nation is headed on the right track. Sixty-one percent of those surveyed think the nation is headed in the wrong direction. Pretty abysmal to be sure, but the percentage of Americans thinking the country was on the right path in Rasmussen polls from the latter half of 2011 was in the teens. The poll of 3,500 likely voters was taken from Feb.13-19 and had a margin of error of +/- 2 percent.

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Buddy Roemer Drops Out of GOP But Will Seek Americans Elect and Reform Party Nominations

Former Gov. Buddy Roemer of Louisiana said on Wednesday he will drop out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination but will continue his bid for the American Elects nomination. He also said he will seek the nomination of the Reform Party.

Roemer was first elected to Congress in 1980 and as governor of Louisiana in 1987 as a Democrat. During his term in office, he changed his party affiliation and joined the Republicans. He placed third in the 1991 Republican primary, losing to former state Rep. David Duke, best known for his ties with the Ku Klux Klan.

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Mitt Romney Leads Rick Santorum in Michigan Poll

An NBC News/Marist poll released on Wednesday finds Mitt Romney with a small lead over Rick Santorum in the Michigan Republican presidential primary. While Santorum led in polls of the Great Lakes State last week, polls unveiled this week have found the race much closer and some have had Romney ahead. The Michigan primary will be held on Tuesday.

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Rick Santorum Beats Mitt Romney in National Q-Poll

Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum leads the GOP pack in a national poll unveiled on Wednesday.

Santorum tops a national poll from Quinnipiac University with 35 percent followed by Mitt Romney with 26 percent. Newt Gingrich stands in third with 14 percent followed by Ron Paul with 11 percent. When pitted head-to-head, Santorum takes 50 percent and Romney garners 37 percent.

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ICUF President Ed Moore Named to Workforce Florida Board of Directors

On Tuesday, Gov. Rick Scott named Ed Moore, the president and CEO of the Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida and a contributor to Sunshine State News, to the board of directors of Workforce Florida. His term starts on Tuesday and ends July 6, 2014.

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