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  • Judicial Candidate Takes Off Gloves

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    BY BUDDY NEVINS 

     

    Frantz “Jahra” McLawrence has come out swinging.

    In a move unusual for judicial candidates, McLawrence worked over his opponent Circuit Judge Lynn Rosenthal in a flyer mailed to voters.

    Judicial races are traditionally more sedate. Candidates shy away from personal attacks on opponents because they fear retribution from the Florida [...]

    From BrowardBeat.com at July 29, 2014, 6:57pm in News, Politics
  • Swatting Nats

    The Fish start a 3-gamer in Little Havana against the Nationals
    tonight. Miami has a 3-5 record against the Nats so far this year,
    percentage-wise their worst record against an NL East opponent, just
    below their .385 against the Mets. If the Marlins have dreams of a
    pennant run this [...]
    From Fish Chunks at July 28, 2014, 3:43pm in Sports
  • Sunday Reading

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    Road Trip — Julie Pace of the AP in TPM on the Obama tour to bolster support.

    Welcome to Barack Obama’s split-screen presidency.

    On one side: a confident Obama making campaign-style stops around the country and ridiculing his political opponents to the delight of cheering supporters. On the other side: an [...]

    From Bark Bark Woof Woof at July 13, 2014, 7:00am in News, Politics
  • Dem rivals for AG aim fire, for now, at Bondi

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    In the Florida Attorney General race, Democrats still must choose between George Sheldon and Perry Thurston in the Aug. 26 primary.

    But nevermind that contest. For now at least, both candidates are focusing on the opponent who awaits -- Attorney General Pam Bondi.

    On Tuesday, Thurston, who is the outgoing Minority Leader [...]

    From Naked Politics at July 08, 2014, 11:37am in News, Politics
  • Bogdanoff's primary opponent withdraws from race

    The race to represent Florida Senate District 34 is down to two candidates.

    Republican Joseph Bensmihen dropped out of the contest Thursday, state records show.

    That leaves just Maria Lorts Sachs, the Democratic incumbent; and Ellyn Bogdanoff, a Republican who served a previous term in the state Senate.

    Bensmihen, a Palm Beach County businessman, had [...]

    From Naked Politics at June 27, 2014, 3:33pm in News, Politics
  • Scott and Crist trade tax barbs along A1A

    Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic opponent Charlie Crist were within about 20 miles of each other Wednesday on Florida's Gold Coast, lobbing bombs at each other over transparency and tax returns.

    As Scott headed into the Eden Roc Hotel on Miami Beach to address a Florida broadcasters' convention, he feigned alarm: [...]

    From Naked Politics at June 25, 2014, 6:53pm in News, Politics
  • Bogen Digging Dirt On Commission Opponents

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    BY BUDDY NEVINS

     

    If you live in much of North Broward, get ready for the attack ads!

    Condo lawyer Mark Bogen paid an opposition research specialist $5,000 on May 16 to dig up dirt on his opponents in the county commission District 2 race.

    One day later on May 17, his leading opponent Coconut [...]

    From BrowardBeat.com at June 17, 2014, 6:26pm in News, Politics
  • Evan Jenne’s Only Opponent Out Of House Race

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    BY BUDDY NEVINS

     

    Former State Rep. Evan Jenne is almost surely future state Rep. Evan Jenne after his opponent dropped out today.

    Elaine Geller, a Democratic from Hollywood,  whose campaign had been on hold for months due to her daughter’s Leukemia, withdrew from the race on Friday and endorsed Jenne.  She was [...]

    From BrowardBeat.com at June 13, 2014, 3:48pm in News, Politics
  • Sun-Sentinel Loses First Round To Consultant

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    BY BUDDY NEVINS

     

     

    A key goal of any political operative is to get their opponent off message.

    Once an opponent is off their message and onto yours, points are scored.

    This is a lesson that political strategist Roger Stone knows well. It’s a lesson that the Sun-Sentinel Editorial Board obviously failed to learn.

    Some [...]

    From BrowardBeat.com at June 05, 2014, 12:26pm in News, Politics
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