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Romney Takes 6-Point Florida Lead Over Obama; Rubio’s Impact as VP Is Minor

| May 23, 2012

In a big reversal from two months ago, when the Republican primary contest was damaging Mitt Romney’s brand, Barack Obama’s fortunes have dimmed considerably in Florida, while a Marco Rubio addition to Romney’s ticket appears to yield less than a bang.

Obama Surges Ahead of Romney and Santorum in Florida and Ohio in Latest Polls

| March 28, 2012

In head-to-head contests, Obama is beating Romney and Santorum in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania, three swing states that the GOP cannot lose if it hopes to win back the White House in November.

When Rick Santorum’s Official Language Blares Idiocy

| March 16, 2012

Rick Santorum telling Puerto Rico’s people this week that they must all speak English before the island can become a state is the latest of many idiotic, exclusionary statements during his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, argues Angel Castillo Jr.

The Myth of Liberal College Indoctrination

| March 4, 2012

Attacking liberal professors and universities as elitists or snobs like Rick Santorum did helps position the conservative movement as a populist enterprise by identifying a predatory elite to which conservatism stands opposed — an otherwise difficult task for a movement strongly backed by holders of economic power.

Rick Santorum: Facts, Legends and Phobias

| February 13, 2012

Rick Santorum’s win in Iowa and his three wins in Missouri, Colorado and Minnesota have vaulted him from obscurity to presidential contender. So who is this darling of the evangelical movement?

Enthusiasm Curbed as GOP Primary Turnout In Flagler and Florida Plummets From 2008

| February 2, 2012

Just 10,825 Flagler Republicans turned out to vote in Tuesday’s primary, for a 43 percent turnout, compared to a 53 percent turnout in 2008. The drop across the state was steeper, adding to Republican anxieties about having the numbers to take back the White House in November.

Bloodied Candidates Stumble Toward Florida Finish as Gingrich Wilts and Romney Adjusts

| January 27, 2012

Newt Gingrich was under fire from all sides at the 19th GOP primary debate in Jacksonville Thursday, looking weaker and less sure-footed than he had in South Carolina, and ceding the advantage to Mitt Romney ahead of Tuesday’s vote in Florida.

Gingrich Surge Wipes Out Romney Advantage in Florida While Improving Obama’s Numbers

| January 26, 2012

The latest Quinnipiac polls have Gingrich tied with Romney ion Florida, but losing badly to Obama in a head-to-head race, while Romney’s slight advantage over Obama two weeks ago has also vanished.

The Live Poll:
Gingrich, Paul, Romney, Santorum?

| January 24, 2012

We believe in open primaries, so cast your vote, whatever your party affiliation, for the four contenders in the GOP presidential primary.

Piety Rising: How Iowa Might Give Rick Santorum a Second Chance in Florida

| January 5, 2012

That’s assuming Mitt Romney doesn’t clean up in New Hampshire and does respectably in South Carolina, two states ahead of Florida’s presidential primary on Jan. 31.

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