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Former President Clinton has campaigned on behalf of Rep. Kendrick Meek, the Democratic candidate for Senate in Florida.
October 29, 2010 Still, Florida's Senate race has been roiled by the reports and some Democrats worry that the news could discourage or anger some African-American voters. Meek is black.
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October 22, 2010 The campaign to watch in Florida has shifted from the Senate race, which Republican Marco Rubio seems likely to win, to the gubernatorial contest, which is a dead heat between Rick Scott (R) and Alex Sink (D).
Florida U.S. Senate candidates Marco Rubio (from left), Charlie Crist and Kendrick Meek share a laugh before their debate Wednesday.
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October 7, 2010 Frontrunner Republican Marco Rubio made no major mistakes in his first debate with independent challenger, Gov. Charlie Crist, and Democrat Rep. Kendrick Meek. Rubio tried to link his opponents to Washington while Crist called Rubio extreme.
August 24, 2010 A mixed bag for millionaires in Florida. Rick Scott won the Republican nomination for governor, defeating establishment favorite Bill McCollum. But real estate mogul Jeff Greene fell way short in his bid for the Senate against Kendrick Meek.
June 14, 2010 California doesn't have a monopoly on millionaire candidates. Take a look at what's happening in Florida. Rick Scott, a Republican running for governor, and Jeff Greene, a Democratic Senate hopeful, have made dramatic gains in the polls.
April 30, 2010 George LeMieux, the longtime ally of Florida Gov. Charlie Crist who was appointed by Crist to fill a vacant U.S. Senate seat, says he will not support his friend in his independent bid for the Senate.
April 27, 2010 With Friday looming as the deadline to leave the GOP Senate primary and run as an independent, Florida Gov. Charlie Crist is still saying he has yet to make a decision.
April 19, 2010 Florida Gov. Charlie Crist was once the clear choice of Republicans to become his state's next senator. But he is now likely to lose the primary. Will he now quit his party and run as an independent?
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