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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

FL Senate Race: Marco Rubio on Fox & Friends, CNN's "The Situation Room"; WSJ articles on Rubio vs. Crist; Rubio video: "Ideas To Reclaim America"

Much to the consternation of the MSM, the "Anybody but Marco" campaign is not working despite the summer swelter and Charlie Crist 24/7 TV. Very soon we'll ponder in this space what Kendrick Meek's next job will be based on his experience as an inherited rubber stamp.
I invite suggestions to this space.

Rasmussen Reports

Poll of Likely Voters, Florida Senate Race, July 6, 2010

Marco Rubio

Charlie Crist

Jeff Greene

500 Likely Voters
, MOE +/- 4.5%

Marco Rubio on 7/21/10 Fox and Friends


Wall Street Journal

Crist Uses His Old Party as a New Foil
Senate Push Gains as Florida Governor Sets Himself Off Against State's GOP, With Some Firepower From Obama Camp
By Peter Wallsten

KEY BISCAYNE, Fla.—Florida's Republican-led legislature will gather Tuesday on the order of Gov. Charlie Crist—and then is expected to quickly refuse his call for a state-constitution ban on offshore oil drilling in Florida waters.

While no real legislative action seems likely to come of the special session, the showdown has become a signal event in Mr. Crist's campaign for the U.S. Senate and in his transformation from a rising Republican star to a political free agent.

Read the rest of the article at: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704229004575371810495691530.html


Wall Street Journal

Washington Wire
Fla. Senate Race: Intrigue on the Democratic Side

By Peter Wallsten

July 20, 2010, 7:00 AM ET

Among the many intriguing aspects to the Florida Senate race is the drama unfolding on the Democratic side. Polls show a dead heat between the party’s establishment favorite, four-term Congressman Kendrick Meek of Miami, and political neophyte Jeff Greene, a billionaire former derivatives trader.

There are competing schools of thought within the party about what result to hope for from the Aug. 24 primary, and what the result might mean for the general election.

Read the rest of the post here:

Marco Rubio on 7/20/10 "The Situation Room" on CNN



Rubio Launches "Ideas To Reclaim America"


Rubio campaign web site: http://www.marcorubio.com/ideastostrengthenamerica/

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