Tag: 2016 presidential election
For Maria Salazar, rejecting socialism is a non-negotiable.

Jenna Buzzacco-FoersterOctober 22, 2016
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Don’t be so quick to put Florida in the “win” column for Hillary Clinton, says Sen. Marco Rubio. Rubio told NBC News this week he thinks Trump “is doing better in Florida than people think he’s doing.” But, said Rubio, he doesn’t think Trump can win the presidency unless he wins the Sunshine State. “You know, it’s […]

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Brian Mast has denounced Donald Trump’s lewd comments, but appeared to have stopped short of revoking his endorsement of the GOP nominee. Mast, a Republican running in Florida’s 18th Congressional District, released a statement Saturday saying Trump’s comments about women were “inexcusable and disgusting.” “As someone with a wife and daughter, I find comments like […]

A.G. GancarskiOctober 3, 2016
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On Monday, South Carolina’s Rep. James Clyburn hosted a “call to action” conversation in Jacksonville with supporters of Hillary Clinton. Clyburn was last in Jacksonville in 2015, campaigning for a protege — former Mayor Alvin Brown — in a campaign that saw the mayor’s re-election thwarted by an enthusiasm gap in the base. Clyburn is conscious of similar gaps for Clinton, which he […]

Jenna Buzzacco-FoersterSeptember 27, 2016
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Miss Universe is speaking out. The Clinton campaign released a new video Tuesday featuring former Miss Universe Alicia Machado. In the 2-minute and 20-second video, Machado tells viewers how Donald Trump bullied her because of her weight and heritage. Machado won Miss Universe in 1996, and was the first Miss Universe after Trump bought the […]

Jim RosicaAugust 26, 2016
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Give Tim Kaine credit for at least attempting Florida A&M University‘s “Strike, Strike, and Strike Again” chant. The Democratic vice-presidential candidate and U.S. senator from Virginia stopped by the campus of Tallahassee’s historically black university Friday afternoon. He greeted several hundred students, donning a green FAMU cap and giving his best approximation of the Rattler Strike, […]


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