A joint statement by Deborah Cox-Roush and Dave Bitner -- candidates for state Republican Party chairman -- suggests that the two have more in common than their professed distaste for political mudslinging.
Without presenting any attributed evidence or even relevant anecdotes to support their claims, at least two major Florida newspapers have designated Deborah Cox-Roush and Dave Bitner as favorites in the contest for state Republican Party chairman.
After campaigning as an outsider, Gov.-elect Rick Scott is ready to turn insider again Friday, sitting down for 15-minute, closed-door interviews with contenders vying to become the next Florida Republican Party chairman.
Palm Beach County is generally associated with Democratic politics, but the coastal slice of a coastal county that makes up state House District 83 leans Republican, and over the past 20 years it has elected Republicans, but may be leaning to the middle.
Gov. Charlie Crist’s U.S. Senate campaign is returning nearly $10,000 in contributions from indicted former state Republican Party Chairman Jim Greer, who asked for the refund because he needs the money.
The Florida Republican Party stepped-up pressure Wednesday on breakaway Gov. Charlie Crist, with contributors demanding refunds from his U.S. Senate campaign and GOP leaders even hinting he derailed an eBay auction of his portrait.
Former Gov. Jeb Bush also officially weighed in Wednesday. As expected, Bush endorsed Crist’s Republican rival, Marco Rubio, underscoring what emerged as the day’s theme: the allegation that the governor is a liar – and maybe even a thief.
Florida Republican leaders Friday removed the last ties ousted former chairman Jim Greer held to the party, stripping him of his position on the state executive board and his post as Seminole County state committeeman.
With an oil rig exploding off the coast of Louisiana on Tuesday, opponents of offshore oil exploration are arguing this latest incident shows the hazards drilling poses to the environment as well as the physical threat it poses. Leading the charge?