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The Elections

 

Florida Candidate for US Senate Kendrick Meek


 

Fire The Party of "No" - February 14, 2010 - Fire the Party of "No" is in response of listening to the lies of the Republican Party and seeing the disruption of our new President.

Florida voting machine dispute resolved - February 12, 2010 - TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Supreme Court ruled the state’s election code does not pre-empt local laws Thursday in a voting machine dispute that traces its origins to the Florida recount that decided the 2000 presidential race.

South Florida hopeful Armando Gutierrez Jr. ends run for Congress - February 3, 2010 - Republican Armando Gutierrez Jr., the son of one of Miami's best-known political consultants, is dropping his bid to represent the Orlando area in Congress

Ballot full of hot-button issues - February 1, 2010 - TALLAHASSEE -- Buckle up, Florida political junkies. 2010 could get wild.

Democrat running for Senate Kendrick MeekCandidate Florida Senator Kendrick Meek

I wanted to invite you to the BBQ Kendrick Meek, the Democrat running for Senate, is having in North Broward. It will be a lot of fun and the tickets will help pay for the food and help get Kendrick elected.

 

 

 

Kendrick Meek Defends Class Size

 

Who can run election ads? Justices to weigh in - January 10. 2010 - Case tied to anti-Clinton film could open door to big spending

Early Voting Begins for City of Miami Municipal Elections - October 25, 2009 - (Miami, Florida)- The Office of the City Clerk announces that early voting dates, times and locations for the general municipal election for the seats of Mayor, Commission District 3, Commission District 4 and Commission District 5. The sites will be open one week

CIVIC Education 101 - From the basics of civic participation, like registering to vote, to complex and seemingly remote issues like redistricting, visit this page to learn about the structure of state government and how to make your participation count.


2 unions endorse Tomás Regalado for Miami mayor - July 16, 2009 - Miami Herald - Two powerful city of Miami employee unions Thursday endorsed Commissioner Tomás Regalado for mayor.

Joe Sanchez for Mayor – I think “NOT" - July 16, 2009 - I was reading an article stating that City of Miami Commissioner Joe Sanchez was thinking about running for Mayor  for the City of Miami replacing Mayor Manny Diaz at the end of his term in 2009.  The question is, “Is Joe Sanchez ready to become Mayor?”, and I think not.  I will explain.

Meek gets this Senate race started - January 24, 2009 - U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek of MIami, the first candidate out of the gate for the U.S. Senate seat to be vacated by Mel Martinez, will hold his first fundraiser Friday with a very special guest: former President Bill Clinton.

Contribution limits raised for '10 cycle - January 21, 2009 - Candidates for federal office will be able to squeeze just a little more money out of their major contributors in the 2010 campaign cycle as the Federal Election Commission announced new individual gift limits Friday morning.

Rep. Ausley running for state Senate - January 21, 2009 - Former Rep. Loranne Ausley of Tallahassee has filed to run for the state Senate, ending speculation that she'd run for ag commissioner and/or a host of other offices.

Florida Electoral College Members Choose Obama - December 16, 2008 - TALLAHASSEE (CBS4) ― Members of Florida's Electoral College met on Monday to cast their votes for President-elect Barack Obama. Typically, the Electoral College vote is more ceremonial than anything.

Our Disinformed Electorate - December 13, 2008 - We saw more aggressive fact-checking by journalists in this election than ever before. Unfortunately, as a post-election Annenberg Public Policy Center poll confirms, millions of voters were bamboozled anyway.

On state constitutional amendments Miami Herald Recommends

Obama says both candidates would face a 'crisis'

McCain looking better in Florida polls

McCain says he won't concede New Hampshire

Obama Opens Double-Digit Lead

Great Video on ACORN

New No On 2 Ad: "They're Back!"

Where Florida's Many Problems Begin

Bush and McCain: Where's The Difference?

Block the Vote

And now, a word from ACORN itself

Learning from past elections

Sorry, but 'fake Americans' aren't the real threat October 22, 2008

 
 
 
 


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The word 'politics' is derived from the word 'poly', meaning 'many', and the word 'ticks', meaning 'blood sucking parasites'.

Larry Hardiman

What Happens when you ignor politics When you ignor politics and when you least expect it then its too late.