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A single issue unites the candidates running for a handful of state House seats this year in Pinellas County. They agree the state needs to change the law that allows Duke Energy to charge its customers for the cost of a nuclear plant it never intend...
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The primary defeat of incumbent Commissioner Norm Roche coupled with the decision by Commissioner Susan Latvala not to seek re-election means voters will have elected two new Pinellas County commissioners when the polls close Nov. 4. Republican Ed Ho...
It’s human nature to want to relieve the pain and suffering of another human being. And there’s no denying the testimony of thousands of patients who say marijuana has helped them endure the nausea, the loss of appetite and other sympto...
CLEARWATER - It’s official: Ed Jany is not running for the District 13 Congressional seat.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH — Libertarian Adrian Wyllie senses that voters are frustrated with their choices in this year’s governor’s race and is hoping they seem him as a better alternative.
TALLAHASSEE — When it comes to job growth, Gov. Rick Scott has the enviable position of playing offense.
Former Gov. Charlie Crist’s close relationship with convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein is creating a vulnerability for Crist in the Florida governor’s race, but ads by Gov. Rick Scott exploiting the issue are overstated and in some areas outright false.
With the Amendment 2 medical marijuana proposition lighting up political debate, Amendment 1 isn’t getting a lot of attention. But it could have the most lasting impact of any decision Florida voters will make this election.
SEMINOLE — Nearly five years after the U.S. Supreme Court deemed it legal for corporations and unions to spend limitless amounts of cash to help influence elections, the airwaves are awash in nasty attack ads.
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