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The Swampby Mark Silva That potential Sunday morning news show-debate between Charlie Crist, the Republican governor of Florida, and Marco Rubio, the former Republican state House speaker challening him for their party's 2010 Senate nomination, is on. You may...
Central Florida Political Pulse» Orlando Sentinel – Central Florida Political PulseWinter Park businessman Bruce O'Donoghue says his Republican congressional campaign raised $355,100 in its first fundraising quarter — including $50,000 of his own money — and now has $305,000 on hand. The contributions total, the campaign...
Central Florida Political Pulse» Orlando Sentinel – Central Florida Political PulseGov. Charlie Crist has named a theme-park executive and a longtime lobbyist/aide to public officials to seats on the University of Central Florida’s board of trustees. Jim Atchison, 44, of Windermere, is president of Orlando-based SeaWorld Parks & E...
Sentinel School Zone» Orlando Sentinel – Sentinel School ZoneGov. Charlie Crist has appointed two new members to the University of Central Florida's board of trustees. Jim Atchison, 44, of Windermere, shown at left, is president of Orlando-based SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, a theme park company whose...
Top of the TicketThe all-star cast includes Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, Rudy Giuliani, John Cornyn and even the White House Democrat....
Orlando Opinionators» Orlando Sentinel – Orlando OpinionatorsEnvironmentalists consider Sen. George LeMieux of Florida one of the few Republicans who might vote for President Obama's climate and energy initiative. That's because LeMieux was Gov. Charlie Crist's chief of staff when the governor effectively banned...
Central Florida Political Pulse» Orlando Sentinel – Central Florida Political PulseSee update below Rumors persist that former state Sen. Dan Webster, R-Winter Garden, is going to jump into the Republican primary to take on U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson, D-Orlando. Webster is keeping mum for the moment, but an email is circulating that appears...
South Florida Sun-SentinelFlorida uses more gasoline than all but a few states, but its modest collection of oil wells contributes little to the nation's energy supply. Although gas prices have declined from their highs of the past few months, drivers are still demanding relief,...
As we have worked our way up the year's list of "The 25 Most Powerful People in Central Florida," we passed CEOs, philanthropists, political players and rising stars. But now we've reached the top and find five people who have control over the roads on...
Who makes things happen here in Central Florida? Today, Taking Names columnist Scott Maxwell concludes the list of the 25 most powerful people. We are down to five -- three politicians, the head of the region's largest work force and the leader of one of...
They are three politicians, the leader of Central Florida's premier university and the head of the region's largest employer. They are four men and one woman with strong roots in the community whose phone calls are promptly returned. They are, according...
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Associated PressKEY WEST, Fla. - Sen. Mel Martinez said the Bush administration should consider closing the Guantanamo Bay prison for terrorism suspects - the first high-profile Republican to make the suggestion. "It's become an icon for bad stories, and at some point...
Tags: Prisons, Florida, Death, Amnesty International, Politics
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