United States Senators John Cornyn, Mitch McConnell, Lamar Alexander, Mel Martinez, and now John McCain… all lining up behind Governor Charlie Crist. Rubio has… um… well… let’s see. I know there is a big grassroots push behind former Florida House … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: May 2009
The Buzz has a report on a recent Mason-Dixon poll: Crist leads Rubio 53% to 18% — this is a minor change since an April Quinnipiac poll showing Crist with a 54% to 8% lead. Rubio’s numbers have gone up … Continue reading
At last night’s Hillsborough County Republican Executive Committee, Chairwoman Deborah Cox-Roush gave her report on the recent resolution adopted by the leadership of the REC to express their displeasure at Republican party leaders getting involved in primary races. While I … Continue reading
Many Republican activists toss around the term RINO – “Republican In Name Only” – to describe fellow Republicans with whom they disagree on a few issues. Yes, I said a few.
Received this via email: A Statement from Mayor Iorio May 11, 2009 There has been a lot of political interest generated since Florida’s Senator Mel Martinez made his announcement about stepping down in 2010. I have gotten my share of … Continue reading
What a relief! Former Florida House Speaker, Marco Rubio, is in the run for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Mel Martinez. He indicated his desire for the post on Univision-Miami, however the official announcement is to be aired … Continue reading
Former Florida House speaker will announce his future political plans on Cinco de Mayo at 10:00am. He will be utilizing today’s current technology and campaign method to make his announcement at www.MarcoRubio.com. Stay tuned and follow back with your comments!
The 2009 Legislative Session passed the 60-day mark yesterday, extended for one more week. The only thing left to do is pass the budget, with tobacco taxes and the Seminole Gaming compact – and the revenue they generate – included. … Continue reading
In recent days, I read two great pieces that illustrate what I feel is a major problem with my Republican party. The first was an op-ed piece in the New York Times by Maine Republican Senator Olympia Snowe. The second … Continue reading