South Florida, get ready. Marco Rubio is heading home. Rubio is scheduled to hold a rally and fundraiser on Sunday evening. Rick Harrison from the television show “Pawn Stars” is scheduled to join Rubio. Harrison endorsed Rubio in October, and told CNN he was “deeply impressed” with the Florida Republican. According to USA Today, Harrison […]
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Hillsborough County Commissioner Sandy Murman, currently running for re-election to her District 1 seat this fall, acknowledged on Friday that she is considering a run at the newly created state Senate District 18 seat. “I am looking at it,” the Davis Island Republican told FloridaPolitics.com late Friday afternoon. “I’m very happy on the County Commission. […]
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Kenneth and Sarah Ramsey's locally based homebred Grade I winner and recent Blushing K. D. Stakes at Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots victress Kitten's Dumplings has been sold privately and will not start in the $60,000 Marie G. Krantz … Continue reading →
The Louisiana Thoroughbred Breeders' Association sent a letter to its members on Dec. 31, informing them that the breeder award rate will be cut from 20 percent down to 18 percent. The reduction will begin with the start of the … Continue reading →
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On Friday, Gov. Rick Scott announced the appointment of Joni Poitier to the Florida Elections Commission. The 35-year-old Jacksonville lawyer, a Jacksonville Civil Service Board member, is an attorney with Moseley, Prichard, Parrish, Knight and Jones, a legacy firm that specializes in civil litigation and business law. A former prosecutor, Poitier serves on the board of Jacksonville’s Family […]
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On Friday, Senator Aaron Bean filed a bill pressing Congress to reform voter registration by allowing states to identify non-citizens who may be voting unlawfully, by verifying citizenship during the voter application process. “It’s monumentally important we maintain the integrity of our voting process, especially as we go into another election year,” Bean said. “It’s outrageous that we currently […]
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Three of the last four Kentucky Derby winners have come from the California circuit, and this weekend's slate features not only a points race on the Road to the Kentucky Derby but also the return of one of those winners to … Continue reading →