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In a hard fought and decidedly negative campaign, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney won a decisive victory to claim the Florida Republican primary. Romney won 46 percent of the vote while former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich garnered 32 percent to finish a distant second.
A federal appellate court on Tuesday rejected an appeal by U.S. Reps. Corrine Brown, a Democrat, Mario Diaz-Balart, a Republican, and the GOP-led Florida Legislature, challenging Amendment 6, approved by 63 percent of voters last November.
Florida's presidential primary comes to a head today as voters go to the polls and Republican leaders are saying that the contest could ultimately decide which one of the candidates wins the nomination -- just what legislators wanted when they set up a committee last year that upended the GOP's plans for a carefully orchestrated voting calendar.
North Carolina Tech Preparatory Christian Academy, located in Charlotte, North Carolina, has compiled a record of 76 wins and only six losses over the last seven years playing and beating almost any and every school that agreed to compete against them.
A proposal to prevent poor people from using federal assistance to buy certain snack foods such as cupcakes, potato chips and pretzels, was approved by a House committee Monday.
As the State of Florida trudges through the sludge of an oft-stalled economy, the argument between private-sector versus public-sector jobs is again the topic of conversation. Should government provide more jobs or should we allow the free market to self-correct and create more jobs without intervention?
The House Redistricting Committee approved blueprints for Florida's political future Friday, but not before taking aim at a set of amendments offered by a coalition of voting-rights groups including the League of Women Voters.
Already losing ground in the last batch of Florida polls, former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich came under fire from all sides and failed to land any major punches in the 19th primary debate of the Republican primary cycle, before Floridians head to the polls next Tuesday.
With poll results showing each of them surging at different points of the week and with the enormous stakes of Tuesday's Florida presidential primary, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney face different challenges as each takes the stage for tonight's debate in Jacksonville.