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  • Photos, Video: Gingrich in Orlando, opens new HQ

     
    Cheering supporters jammed Newt Gingrich's new Florida campaign headquarters as the GOP presidential contender stopped in, Friday, to greet volunteers and deliver remarks. Gingrich was joined onstage by state co-chairs Rich Crotty and Bill McCollum, and...
  • Bill McCollum talks up Newt Gingrich on ‘Political Connections’

     
    Flashpoint" focuses on foreign tourists and investors in wake of President Barack Obama's executive order to make it easier for travelers to get visas to visit the United States, moderator Lauren Rowe said. The program airs at 8 a.m. Sunday on WKMG-...
  • Rich Crotty endorses George LeMieux for U.S. Senate

     
    GOP U.S. Senate candidate George LeMieux has won the endorsement of former Orange County Mayor Rich Crotty and expects to get the same from former Jacksonville mayor John Peyton. “As we look at the outcome of the election and look at what's going on...
  • Crotty to host meet-and-greet for GOP US Senate candidate LeMieux

     
    GOP U.S. senate candidate George LeMieux is planning a meet-and-greet for Orlando-area supporters Monday afternoon in downtown Orlando. The meet-and-greet, set to begin at 5 p.m., at the University Club, 150 E. Central Blvd.,  will be hosted by former...
  • LeMieux picks up four more legislative endorsements

     
    Republican U.S. Senate candidate George LeMieux has received the endorsement of four more legislators, including Rep. Bryan Nelson of Apopka. Said Nelson of the man who served 16 months in the Senate in 2009-10 thanks to an appointment by former Gov....
  • Hugs & slugs: Dan Akryod, UCP, Cheryl Hines, Publix & tomato-pickers

     
    Thought I'd throw a couple of hugs and slugs out there … * A big hug to Dan Akroyd, Cheryl Hines and all the locals everyone who made UCP of Central Florida’s annual fundraiser a $350,000 success Saturday night. Many celebs will drop in to say...
  • No Name Club caterer gets contract extension at OC Conv. Center

     
    The food service provider for the Orange County Convention Center breezed into the second phase of its ten-year contract this week when commissioners quietly approved to grant the extension. It’s not a big surprise, given the positive reviews...
  • Segal: ‘Poisoned’ rapport between Jacobs, Dyer hurts Citrus Bowl

     
    Former Orange County Commissioner Bill Segal told WMFE radio listeners that mayors Teresa Jacobs and Buddy Dyer need to put aside Washington-style gridlock and work out a deal to get the $175 million in stalled Citrus Bowl renovations done. “All...
  • Earl Wood may run if former mayor Crotty enters tax collector race

     
    Former Orange County Mayor Rich Crotty has avoided answering whether he plans to run for Tax Collector in the fall, a race that's generated a lot of interest since the incumbent Earl K. Wood said he would retire soon, after 48 years in office. But the 95-...
  • Orange Tax Collector race takes spotlight in ballot qualifying

     
    Qualifying for the fall ballot started at noon today, and the Orange County race everyone will be watching this week is for, oddly enough, tax collector. The 95-year-old incumbent Earl K. Wood announced earlier this year that he would retire and not run...
  • Two more legislators endorse LeMieux

     
    Two more lawmakers have endorsed Republican U.S. Senate candidate George LeMieux. By his count, that's 35 who prefer him over U.S. Rep. Connie Mack IV, former U.S. Rep. Dave Weldon and Plant City businessman Mac McAlister. The release is below: Fort...
  • Brummer: Crotty could beat well-known Earl K. Wood

     
    When Orange County Tax Collector Earl K. Wood said he would resign at the end of the year, political hopefuls rejoiced at the chance to run for an office that's been locked down for nearly five decades by the 95-year-old Democrat. Orange County...