During 2010 stops, Gov. Rick Scott has compared Democratic rival Charlie Crist to Obama and said both men think "money grows on trees."
Buoyed by a significant cash advantage and polls that show Gov. Rick Scott either tied or leading, optimistic Florida Republicans on Saturday contended they are focused and ready for the November election.
While much of the state's political establishment has focused on the congressional redistricting lawsuit and its possible effects on future elections, a related fight over the map for the state Senate is continuing.
- > More" data-date="Tue, 16 Sep 2014 15:30:00 -0400" data-author="" data-ftitle="Politifact.com Truth-O-Meter rulings from Florida"> Pam Bondi: Of the 98 top oxycodone-dispensing doctors who used to live in Florida, "today, there are none."
- > More" data-date="Tue, 16 Sep 2014 11:48:36 -0400" data-author="" data-ftitle="Politifact.com Truth-O-Meter rulings from Florida"> Joe Garcia: Says U.S. House candidate Carlos Curbelo "supported raising flood insurance rates."
- > More" data-date="Thu, 11 Sep 2014 17:27:38 -0400" data-author="" data-ftitle="Politifact.com Truth-O-Meter rulings from Florida"> Charlie Crist: Says Rick Scott "thinks employers should be able to deny women coverage for birth control."
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Florida Division of Elections has a website that provides information on statewide candidates and judicial candidates, their campaign finance reports and state election demographics and archives of past election results.
This is a website of opinion and editorials using some of the best-known politicians and editorial writers in the state giving their opinions of political issues.
A daily compilation of newspaper articles and blogs from around the state dealing with government and politics.
“Digesting Florida political news, editorial comment and punditry since 2002.“ The site was recently named as a must-read on insider information for political junkies by Campaigns and Elections Magazine.
Produced by the Tampa Bay Times, researchers take a look at statements and claims by politicians and dig out the truth, judging their claims true, half true, false and for those caught telling a whopper, a “Pants on Fire” ruling.