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Gaetz story picked up by Sunburn newsletter

August 9, 2017

SaintPetersblog.com founder Peter Schorsch included our Inweekly article on Don Gaetz in today’s Sunburn newsletter: Don Gaetz: Still serving In a story for InWeekly, publisher Rick Outzentalked to former Senate President Don Gaetz about his decision…

Politics

White drops out Speaker’s race

May 30, 2017

State Rep. Frank White (R-Pensacola) confirmed with Inweekly that he has dropped out of the race to be the future Florida House Speaker. Peter Schorsch reported last week on his SaintPetersBlog.com that White and Rep. Grant…

Politics

White in contention for House Speaker

April 18, 2017

Peter Schorsch, creator of SaintPetersBlog.com and FloridaPolitics.com, keeps an eye on the internal politics of the Florida Legislature. In his most recent analysis of the 2022 (not a typo) House Speaker’s race, Pensacola’s Frank White is…

2016 Election

GOP Debate Playoff gets statewide attention

May 29, 2015

At least one person thought my GOP Debate Playoff was a good idea. Peter Schorsch picked it for his daily newsletter “Sunburn”: BEST IDEA OF THE DAY – “Replace GOP presidential debates with a playoff system”…

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PS Today: SaintPetersBlog.com

May 18, 2015

Peter Schorsch, creator of SaintPetersBlog.com, will be on the show today. He has been watching the Jeff Miller situation: If Jeff Miller runs for Senate, North Florida dominoes will begin to fall. ensacola Speaks airs on…

News

The Ultimate Post Mortem on Scott vs. Crist

November 7, 2014

Peter Schorsch, founder of SaintPetersBlog.com, has published his list of 16 reasons why Charlie Crist lost to Rick Scott. Here are six that caught my attention: 1. Crist’s ‘lost November’ – The decision by Crist to…

Entertainment

Tallahassee bar unveils new drink, The Jerry-mander

August 5, 2014

Peter Schorsch, founder of SaintPetersblog, reports on new special cocktail in honor of the special legislative session to redraw the congressional districts in Florida. To help lawmakers, staff, reporters and other politicos get by during the…