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IN May 27 issue

COVER STORY THREE’S COMPANY Less than a year ago Governor Charlie Crist was thought by many political analysts to be a shoe-in for Mel Martinez’s…

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Buzz: U.S. Senator Valentino?

I spoke with people in Gov. Charlie Crist’s administration about who is on the short list to appointed U.S. senator now that Mel Martinez is…

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Martinez won’t seek re-election

U.S. Mel Martinez has announced that he will not seek re-election in 2010. Read more.

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Martinez won, but broke the law

U.S. Sen. Mel Martinez has been fined $99,000 for violating campaign finance laws to help him win his 2004 election against Betty Castor. Martinez beat…

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Martinez must return campaign funds

Florida’s Republican senator was found to have received contributions to 2004 campaign in excess of federal limits, according to an audit by the Federal Election…

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Crist approval rating

From Strategic Vision poll 3/9-11: Gov. Charlie Crist’s approval 61%/ disapproval 23% Bill Nelson: 52%/36% Mel Martinez: 44%/35% …..ties to Bush Administration are hurting him

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Telephone polling: Bush brothers, Crist, WalMart

Participated in my first statewide telephone. Questions asked involved rating: Gov. Jeb Bush’s 8 years Bill Nelson and Mel Martinez The Florida Legislature President Bush…

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Martinez may not be RNC chair

Bloomberg is reporting that the Republican Party faithful aren’t happy with Pres. Bush and Karl Rove promoting Florida Senator Mel Martinez for chairman of the…

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Martinez to head RNC

The Orlando Sentinel reports Sen. Mel Martinez has been named the next general chairman of the Republican National Committee. He will share the chairmanship with…

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