Republican candidate Lange Sykes boosted his lead in the three-way primary race for House District 54 with more than $7,000 in February contributions. “Our community is looking for a strong conservative message from a candidate who creates jobs and has signed both sides of a paycheck,” Sykes said Monday. “The House District 54 seat belongs […]
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Republican House District 4 candidate Wayne Harris announced Monday that his campaign passed the six-figure mark with more than $15,000 in February contributions. “Our campaign’s momentum continues to grow, and we are so grateful for the folks who want to be a part of taking our conservative values to Tallahassee,” Harris said. “I look forward […]
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Miami Democratic Rep. Jose Javier Rodriguez announced Monday that he would forego another term in the House to run for the newly redrawn Senate District 37 seat against Republican Sen. Miguel Diaz de la Portilla. “For the last four years, I’ve had the honor of fighting hard for my constituents on property tax and other […]
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In former NYRA president Charles Hayward's most recent article for the Thoroughbred Racing Commentary, he explains why the Tampa Bay Derby at Tampa Bay downs is one of his favorite racing experiences in America. He calls it “truly a gem … Continue reading →
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Brian Hodgers increased his lead over the other three Republicans running for House District 52 with $6,750 in contributions last month. “Our conservative message is hitting a nerve in our community, and I’m very grateful for the folks who want to be part of our campaign,” Hodgers said in a news release. “I look forward […]
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More than four hours before Donald Trump convened a town-hall meeting at the Tampa Convention Center, people held their own counter rally at MacDill Park on the Riverwalk. It’s a short distance from where the once -hyped “Trump Tower Tampa” was to be built nearly a decade ago. “Donald Trump is calling for the mass surveillance of […]
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Since the Meydan Racecourse made the transfer from a synthetic surface back to dirt two years ago, “virtually every major older horse in serious training has its eyes on the World Cup prize,” says Vance Hanson, editor of Brisnet.com. With … Continue reading →
Gov. Rick Scott is declaring a legislative victory despite the fact that the Legislature shot down most of his top priorities during the 2016 Session. Scott spent Monday on a five-city swing as part of his “Million, Billion Jobs Victory Tour.” During stops in Orlando, St. Petersburg and Fort Myers, the Naples Republican talked about […]
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