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Jewish Seniors in South Florida Anxious About Obama But Still Support Him

Erik Gleibermann | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Erik Gleibermann

South Florida's general population of Jewish elders roundly dislikes Palin, perhaps the most consistently shared view I encountered.

Major Newspaper Endorsements, Polls Inspire Florida Democrats

Ron Levitt | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Ron Levitt

MIAMI -- Unless Democratic voters get over-confident and stay home on Nov. 4th, Florida will become a Blue State and provide 27 electoral votes to ...

Republicans Ignore McCain in Favor of a Democrat (And No, it's Not Obama)

John Hood | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
John Hood

MIAMI-- "Why watch it? McCain's already lost the election." So spoke a "nominally" Republican woman last night as she was taking a smoke break outs...

Multicultural Reality Answers Race Baiting in Delray Beach

Carol Anne Burger | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Carol Anne Burger

"It must frustrate the Republicans that Barack Obama is not an angry Black man. Right now, we need someone who shows presidential presence and is respectful of others, and he has done that."

New Jersey Senator Menendez Rallies Miami Republicans for Obama; Florida Pols Avoid Bush

John Hood | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
John Hood

"Traditionally Republican Latinos in Florida are moving in Barack's direction," said Menendez. "Earlier today we were at a senior citizen's center, hard core conservatives, yet overwhelmingly there was support for Obama."

Fla. and Col. Campaigns Woo Latinos, Undecideds Up And Down Ballot

Ron Levitt | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Ron Levitt

In the two pivotal sates, where congressional seats are being hotly contested, polls show 10 percent of voters remain undecided, including the same percent among the large Latino populations.

Florida's Upbeat Democratic Delegation

Ron Levitt | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Ron Levitt

Floridians prepare to head to the Denver convention, assured of a big lead in Congressional support and with confidence that Florida will deliver a huge chunk of Democratic electoral votes in November.

Obama 2.0: Online-Offline and Everywhere in Tampa Bay

Shawna Vercher | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Shawna Vercher

None of the army of Obama volunteers could recall seeing a Republican presence at any of the dozens of events they had attended since the voter registration campaign began more than two weeks ago.

Democratic Unity: Big Step In Florida

Ron Levitt | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Ron Levitt

The Florida Democratic Party Jefferson-Jackson Dinner this weekend was remarkable for the united support of Obama on display. Even representatives of the state's overwhelmingly pro-Clinton women's caucus were wearing Obama buttons.

Florida Delegate Fight Continued

Ron Levitt | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Ron Levitt

Without "100 percent recognition now," some Floridians are saying they will organize a convention floor fight, that if Obama wins the nomination, he must select Clinton as his running mate "or face a shellacking."

Florida Delegate Seating Now Up to Obama, Clinton

Ron Levitt | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Ron Levitt

The Democratic party leadership showed today they are really nervous about what is being called the 'Florida Boondoggle," the effort to find a solutio...