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Su Mohan #VoteByMail🗳#WinBlue🗽#DemsWork4USA🇺🇸 10 Dec 18
Thousands of mailed ballots in Florida were not counted
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Josh Kraushaar 7 Mar 19
His underperformance with Jewish voters — > big reason he lost race
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David Nir 13 Jan 19
Republicans won by 0.1% and by 0.4%. How does that signal that "Florida has become a more reliably red political bastion"?
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Brewers' Law™ Mar 17
's Order 20-68 requires all alcoholic beverage licensees that derive more than 50% of revenue from sales of alcoholic beverages to suspend all sale of alcoholic beverages for 30 days. According to the , that includes sales to go.
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RRH Elections May 4
Replying to @alexnazaryan
Least popular Governor? According to the latest Quinnipiac poll Ron DeSantis (R) has a 53% approve/33% disapprove rating. That's a +20 approval rating! Maybe you should check a poll before writing .
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Russell Drew 10 Jan 19
Replying to @tripgabriel
Congressman Steve King is a stone cold racist and has been for years. Why doesn't the Republican Party expel him? Because white supremacists make up a critical piece of the modern GOP. Without racist dog whistle politics, they'd lose a lot of close elections. Example:
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Matt Hodges 27 Jan 19
There were plenty of hot takes about "Millennial enthusiasm" during the 2018 election, especially in Florida. So what actually happened? Here it is! The 2018 percentage turnout of registered Florida voters, for every age, colored by generation.
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Russell Drew Apr 1
Replying to @Acyn
Gov. Ron DeSantis is a tool. He owes his governorship to Donald Trump He was a largely unknown congressman when he was running for in 2018, trailing badly against the GOP front runner. The Trump endorsement changed everything. He dances to his master's jig. Hapless.
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RRH Elections Jun 29
Those 1.1 million convicted felons couldn't vote because they are convicted felons. The bill Ron DeSantis signed will now allow these felons to vote after they complete their full sentences and pay their court-ordered fines.
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RRH Elections Jun 21
Raise your hand if you thought Ron DeSantis (R) would have a +33 approval rating 6 months into his first term.
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Nathaniel Rakich 11 Jan 19
Ron DeSantis continues to govern against type. He symbolically pardoned 4 African-Americans of a 1949 rape; he’s also emphasized the environment in the early going.
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TrumpsTaxes Oct 25
With each passing day Rudy Giuliani's thugs inch closer and closer to Ron DeSantis.
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Geoff Burgan Oct 11
On the first day of the General Election last year, spoke first to Shepard Smith about 's openly racist comments, because we knew Shep would be fair & thorough. We'll miss his voice on FNC.
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Bellatrixx2020 #StayTheFHome 🆘✝️🇺🇸🇮🇪🇬🇧🔥 Dec 11
, incumbent Congressman for , has served Florida as a state senator, commissioner for education, attorney general & 44th . He is running for re-election. Clearly, he loves his state & wants the best for Floridians. Dónate:
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Krishan Patel 8 Jan 19
Ron DeSantis' Governorship could absolutely devastate democracy in Florida.
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Chris Luongo 8 Jan 19
Republicans’ margin in has been continually decreasing 2002: R+12.9% 2006: R+7.1% 2010: R+1.2% 2014: R+1.1% 2018: R+0.4%
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RRH Elections 6 Mar 19
We've got last night's , potential return of Wendy Davis for , proof everyone loves , Lori Trahan (D) campaign finance troubles, AOC's campaign finance troubles & more in our Roundup for 3/6/19:
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Dawn Le 8 Jan 19
Rick Scott gets $100,000 per donor as federal employees, TSA workers work w/o pay. Don’t call tone-deaf, he is saying “F*#% YOU” loud and clear to working people
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Shane Vander Hart 31 Jan 19
Local news reports that Florida has signed an executive order abolishing Common Core in the state. My latest at .
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Kevin Donohoe 11 Mar 19
"The DeSantis we see now is intent on cementing a hard conservative cast on state government. The minority party is right to stand up and, despite the odds, fight back with a more promising vision."
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