On election eve, Democrat Alex Sink holds a 3-point lead over Republican Rick Scott in the Florida gubernatorial contest, and Republican Marco Rubio is running away with the U.S. Senate race, a new Sunshine State News Poll shows.
While Republican Rick Scott battles Democrat Alex Sink in a tight gubernatorial contest, Republicans hold steady 9- to 13-point leads for Florida's three other Cabinet-level positions, according to a Sunshine State News Poll.
With little more than a week to go until the election next Tuesday, the attacks are flying in the battle to be Florida’s next attorney general. On Monday, Democratic candidate Sen. Dan Gelber jabbed Republican nominee Pam Bondi as they continue to fight for attention from voters more familiar with the dramatic gubernatorial and U.S. Senate contests.
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The two leading candidates in the close contest to become Florida’s next attorney general scrambled Friday to gain attention from voters who are focused on other races -- including the tight gubernatorial race, the dramatic U.S. Senate battle and several interesting congressional contests.
The Florida chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) endorsed Republican nominee Pam Bondi for attorney general Monday morning, citing her commitment to continue a challenge launched by Attorney General Bill McCollum against President Barack Obama's new health-care laws.
On Thursday it was announced that the two major candidates for attorney general will be going head-to-head in a Sunday, Oct. 16 debate. Until then, they debate over the debates, with the Republican candidate insisting on two debates and the Democrat wanting seven.
Lost in the shadows of the dramatic, competitive battles for governor and U.S. Senate, the two major party nominees in the attorney general’s race nevertheless have begun to attack one another and stake out positions they hope will lead to victory in November.
The close contest between Sen. Dan Gelber of Miami Beach and Sen. Dave Aronberg of Greenacres for the Democratic nomination for attorney general is growing increasingly contentious in the final two weeks before the Aug. 24 primary.
With less than three weeks until the primary, the hotly contested battle for the Democratic attorney general nomination took a hard turn Thursday when Sen. Dave Aronberg of Greenacres ran the first television ad of the contest.
Just four years ago, Associated Industries of Florida played a major role in getting Bill McCollum elected attorney general. But this year, they've made the unusual move of backing both McCollum and Rick Scott for governor.
With less than three weeks until the primaries, four of the six attorney general candidates compared their passion, defined their positions on immigration law and generally pitched their strengths to become the voice of the law in Florida for the next four years.
With so many candidates and so many high-profile races, business leaders attending the annual Associated Industries of Florida conference in Orlando say they're having a hard time trying to decide who to spend their money on.
With less than a month until the primary election Aug. 24, Greenacres' Sen. Dave Aronberg shot down the idea of holding 11 debates with Sen. Dan Gelber of Miami Beach, his rival for the Democratic attorney general nomination.
In a primary where the two South Florida candidates can appear very similar to voters, some analysts think the business community could ultimately decide which Democrat will go on to face the Republican challenger in the attorney general race.