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  • Seven battle for Alu's Sunrise commission seat

     Seven battle for Alu's Sunrise commission seat
    Six men and one woman are in the running to replace Sheila Alu, a dynamic yet controversial city commissioner who resigned in December. Alu's exit leaves voters with the task of replacing a prominent voice on the five-member board. The new...
  • Poll shows challenge for Broward candidates with eye on Governor's Mansion

    Poll shows challenge for Broward candidates with eye on Governor's Mansion
    Two prominent Broward politicians have a big hurdle to surmount if they have any hope of winning the Democratic nomination for governor in 2014 – virtually no one elsewhere in Florida knows anything about them. That's the finding of a Quinnipiac...
  • Poll shows few know anything about Broward's Seiler, Rich

    Poll shows few know anything about Broward's Seiler, Rich
     Two prominent Broward politicians have a big hurdle to surmount if they have any hope of winning the Democratic nomination for governor in 2014 – virtually no one in Florida knows anything about them. That’s the finding of a Quinnipiac Poll...
  • Dozens of Broward politicians lend support to state gay rights group

    Dozens of Broward politicians lend support to state gay rights group
    Equality Florida, the statewide gay rights group, has its big Broward fundraiser this weekend, and dozens of local elected officials are lending their names to the effort.  They’re mostly Democrats, with a smattering of Republicans. The list is...
  • Scott’s list of GOP backers: what a difference a month makes

     
    The Rick Scott campaign has released a list of chairs and co-chairs that includes virtually every Republican member of Florida's congressional delegation and the Legislature. But there are a couple of notable exceptions: U.S. Rep. C.W. (Bill) Young of...
  • Genting makes first formal pitch to lawmakers on destination bill

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Genting president Colin Au swept into Tallahassee to make his inaugural appearance before the Florida Legislature, lobbying the Senate Regulated Industries Committee, which controls all gambling legislation, to sign on to the...
  • Top lawmakers opine on Scott’s budget proposal

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott released his budget proposal earlier today, calling for a major boost in education and cuts to health care providers. House Speaker Dean Cannon “It is important that we send the right signals to the business...
  • Redistricting maps move some incumbents, protect others

     
    WASHINGTON — Several Florida lawmakers could find themselves out of a home next year — at least politically — if the state Senate gets its way in drawing new congressional boundaries for the 2012 elections. The proposed map, which...
  • Senate advances congressional maps amid sudden Democratic engagement

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The Senate Reapportionment Committee advanced a congressional and legislative re-drawing Wednesday that would create a new Orlando-area Hispanic congressional seat and preserves three African-American districts. The 21-5 vote came...
  • Rod Smith defends the redistricting maps his staff drew

     
    TALLAHASSEE – Florida Democratic Party Chairman Rod Smith just put a statement defending proposed Senate and congressional redistricting maps that Senate Minority Leader Nan Rich, D-Weston, had filed — then tabled without a vote. The maps were...
  • League of Women Voters, Democratic Party, draw new redistricting maps — then withdraw them

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Groups that backed the Fair Districts anti-gerrymandering reforms passed last year — the League of Women Voters, Democracia, Common Cause and the Florida Democratic Party — have crafted new congressional and state Senate...
  • Today in Tallahassee: Private prison companies, jobs, sewage, budgets

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida lawmakers plan to keep discussing prisons, jobs, the courts, drugs and budgets today. The House Economic Affairs Committee leads things off at 8:30 a.m. with a dozen bills on the agenda, including an onsite sewage treatment...