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It's All Politics, Apr. 22, 2010

It's All Politics, Apr. 22, 2010

Florida's Republican Gov. Charlie Crist has been steadily losing ground to conservative challenger Marco Rubio in the race for the U.S. Senate. Chris O'Meara/AP hide caption

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Florida's Republican Gov. Charlie Crist has been steadily losing ground to conservative challenger Marco Rubio in the race for the U.S. Senate.

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Florida Gov. Charlie Crist is facing growing calls from his own party to drop out of the Senate race rather than run as an independent. Polls show Crist trailing his GOP rival, Marco Rubio. Phil Coale/AP hide caption

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Florida Gov. Charlie Crist is facing growing calls from his own party to drop out of the Senate race rather than run as an independent. Polls show Crist trailing his GOP rival, Marco Rubio.

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What's next for Charlie Crist? Podcast special guest Andrea Seabrook talks about Florida politics as well as Rep. Massa, secret holds in the Senate and the financial regulation bill.

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