Jeb Bush is thanking campaign alumni, telling his backers in an email that he appreciated their support. “You were all there for me from the beginning — making calls, raising funds, knocking doors in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina, and providing encouragement to fight on,” said Bush in an email to alumni. “I know […]
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Jacksonville’s Zakee Furqan achieved prominence during the 2015 Jacksonville mayoral campaign, as he was part of a group of “business leaders” endorsing Alvin Brown. That endorsement became a liability when news of his felony rap sheet, including a murder conviction, was reported. The Brown campaign quickly repudiated that endorsement, and donated Furqan’s campaign contribution to charity, yet […]
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Excaper, winner of the Connaught Cup (G2) and runner in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf (G1), has been retired to stand at Francisco Bravo's River Oaks Farms, Oklahoma, as the property of Mike Grossman in a deal brokered by Chad … Continue reading →
The Stronach Group has begun discussing terms of a possible settlement with DerbyWars, a website that operates horse racing contests, similar to “fantasy tournaments”. According to a report in the Blood-Horse, representatives from both groups attended the Feb. 24 meeting of the … Continue reading →
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In a year where it’s all about Republicans proving how much they hate Washington, candidates in Florida’s Senate race are amping up their game to show their disdain for the current political culture. While David Jolly has been getting mileage about his proposal to ban members of congress from fundraising on the job, Todd Wilcox is […]
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It’s time for the children of the Reagan revolution to take up “mantle of leadership.” That’s the message Marco Rubio is sending to voters in states with March 1 primaries in a new television advertisement hitting the airwaves today. The Rubio campaign said the advertisement, called “Revolution,” will air in key markets in March 1 […]
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Although Florida’s presidential primary Election Day doesn’t take place for 19 more days, Florida voters are casting ballots every day in absentee voting. To date, more than 433,000 Floridians have cast ballots, and like the voter participation in Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada, Republicans are voting in greater numbers than Democrats. Not all those votes are […]
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Well, Carlos Beruff is now officially about to get into the GOP Senate race. You can reference our interview with the current leader of the pack, David Jolly from earlier this week, to get his take. Can we talk about greatness? Tonight in Orlando, the Golden State Warriors come to town to play the Magic at 7:00 […]
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Manatee County homebuilder Carlos Beruff has entered the crowded Republican Senate primary and plans to formally announce his candidacy during events in Miami and Sarasota on Monday. In January, FloridaPolitics.com was the first to report of Beruff’s possible candidacy. Beruff has set up a campaign account and produced a two-minute video designed to introduce himself […]
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Go ahead. Play another round of Angry Birds in the courtyard. It’s for science (and technology, engineering and math). The Orlando Science Center and the Motorola Solutions Foundation are teaming up to host 2016 STEM Day at the Florida Capitol. The annual event aims to raise awareness about the importance of STEM — or science, […]
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