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A University of Florida economist warns of massive job loss if a deal is not struck in Washington, D.C.
Former Gov. Charlie Crist increasingly is blasting Gov. Rick Scott over how he is running the state of Florida.
Florida's vote in the presidential race could be the closest in the nation.
A poll puts President Barack Obama at 48 percent and Gov. Mitt Romney at 47 percent. Here's a look at political news around the state.
Opinion, Elections, Local Connections
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama should chart a course that focuses on five 'Florida-style' economic problems, a local political columnist urges. Do you agree?
Public Policy Polling gives President Barack Obama 48 percent over Mitt Romney's 47 percent.
None other than the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is launching attack ads against U.S. Sen Bill Nelson of Florida.
Here's why Florida is key for the presidential candidates to win.
The First Lady will make a campaign stop at the University of Central Florida. Meanwhile, Romney's campaign beefs up Florida spending.
Obama focuses on university towns, Jewish communities, Hispanic voters. Romney courts military families, senior citizens and Cuban voters.
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