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  • Fox News poll: Obama up by 5 in Florida, Nelson up by 14

     
    A new Fox News poll released this morning shows that President Barack Obama has moved out to a five-point lead over Republican nominee Mitt Romney. Obama led 49-44, and had even larger leads in similar Fox polls conducted in Wisconsin and Ohio, Fox is...
  • Mack campaign: most polls are unfairly weighted but ours is more careful (though it still shows Nelson ahead)

     
    Stung by multiple public opinion polls in the past two weeks showing a large and growing lead for U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, the campaign manager of Republican U.S. Rep. Connie Mack IV denounced them as flawed today and said more careful polling shows...
  • Final Florida PPP poll: Obama, Romney almost exactly tied; Nelson up by 5

     
    PPP's final Florida poll, released this morning shows President Barack Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney in such a tight race they were separated by only one poll response out of 955 collected. Results of the poll taken Saturday and Sunday with a...
  • New Q poll brings more bad news for Romney, Mack campaigns

     
    Following disappointing polling numbers for Republicans on Tuesday, today's Quinnipiac University poll confirms a trend of slipping support for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and U.S. Senate nominee Connie Mack IV. The Q poll released this...
  • Sanford airport crowd flowing in for Romney’s “closing argument” in Florida

     
    As the sun rises in Sanford, GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney and his crew wait on their plane at the Orlando-Sanford International Airport as his last Florida crowd of the election season files in for a 9 a.m. speech. The speech has been dubbed...
  • Mack announces campaign bus tour of Florida

     
    Republican U.S. Senate nominee Connie Mack IV is...Read more...
  • Two new polls give Nelson comfortable leads over Mack

     
    U.S. Rep. Connie Mack IV is burning up the campaign trail while Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson still is waiting to gear up his public campaign. But two new polls say it might not matter. On Monday, The Washington Post gave Nelson a 14-point lead in...
  • Nelson dominated Orlando, urban Orange County

     
    Except for a handful of pockets of higher-endsuburbia and rural areas, Orange County was almost completely dominated by U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson in his re-election victory over U.S. Rep. Connie Mack IV. A Political Pulse analysis of voting patterns in Orange...
  • Florida Cabinet pans former Cab-member Crist’s Democrat conversion

     
    TALLAHASSEE — He was once a Republican and Cabinet member just like them. But the fraternity obviously isn't for life. On Tuesday, current Florida Cabinet members couldn't stop themselves from taking shots at former Gov. Charlie Crist's weekend...
  • Nelson plans “barnstorming tour” of Florida

     
    Not much detail is available yet, but U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson's campaign is promising a “barnstorming tour” of Florida, from “tip to toe” starting Oct. 22, in his campaign for re-election. The tour will start in Escambia County....
  • Marist Poll: presidential tight, Nelson holds Senate edge

     
    A new poll from the Marist Institute for Public Opinion, commissioned and released by NBC News and the Wall Street Journal, projects a very tight presidential race in Florida with President Barack Obama holding a one-point lead over Republican Mitt Romney...
  • Suffolk U. poll: Obama and Nelson both up, but it’s close

     
    A new Suffolk University/7NEWS (WSVN-Miami) poll released tonight has President Barack Obama leading Republican challenger Mitt Romney by 46 percent to 43 percent — a margin consistent with most recent polls. But this one adds an interesting twist:...