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Hot House Contest in the Making: Dem Incumbent Zimmerman vs. GOP Prosecutor Sprowls

April 10, 2013 - 6:00pm

After the first quarter of 2013, Rep. Carl Zimmerman, D-Dunedin, faces Chris Sprowls, a serious Republican challenger for the District 65 House seat, as they set their eyes on 2014.

While he had run against Peter Nehr before and came close to beating him in 2006 and 2008, Zimmerman finally defeated the Republican incumbent in 2012 after racy photos of Nehr surfaced on the Internet. Despite his win in November, Zimmerman now ranks as one of the Republicans top targets for 2014.

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Democrats Getting Whiff of State-Office Victory, Warm to Charlie Crist

April 3, 2013 - 6:00pm

Is former Gov. Charlie Crists influence growing within the Florida Democratic Party?

Crist famously left the Republicans in 2010 when Marco Rubio caught and surpassed him in the battle for the partys U.S. Senate nomination. After ditching the GOP, he continued his Senate campaign as a candidate with no party affiliation. Crist spoke at the Democratic National Convention in 2012 and backed President Barack Obamas bid for a second term.

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