Members of Florida’s congressional delegation are up in arms over the latest round of classified documents released by WikiLeaks, maintaining that the leaked information undermines American security and even calling for federal prosecution of WikiLeaks.
Pundits predicted a verbal brawl, and at times, that's what the three leading candidates in the U.S. Senate race delivered. In the first get-down-to-business October debate Wednesday night. No Party Affiliate Gov. Charlie Crist and Democrat Kendrick Meek went after Republican Marco Rubio, aiming to dislodge him as the race's runaway leader.
Gov. Charlie Crist, running for the U.S. Senate without party affiliation, continues to be hammered from both sides by Republican Marco Rubio, the front-runner in the race, and Democratic candidate U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek.
While Attorney General Bill McCollum and health care executive Rick Scott, the two leading candidates battling for the Republican gubernatorial nomination, have taken President Barack Obama to task for launching a lawsuit suing Arizona over new laws on immigration, Florida’s congressional Republicans are not out front on the issue.