Tag: Kathleen Passidomo
Output for Sinovac vaccines has been high. Image via AP.

Drew WilsonSeptember 25, 2018
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Gainesville Democrat Kayser Enneking bested Republican Sen. Keith Perry for the second reporting cycle in a row in the race for Alachua County-based Senate District 8. Enneking, a physician, raked in nearly $51,000 in hard money during the first two weeks of September, replenishing her campaign account after a primary battle that became costly in […]

Drew WilsonJuly 10, 2018
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12min15
The political arm of the Florida Realtors rolled out endorsements Monday for nearly every state legislative election slated for the 2018 ballot. “As Realtors, we pride ourselves on our long-standing efforts to defend private property rights, promote community prosperity and preserve a professional climate that ensures the economic growth of Florida,” said Ann DeFries, chair […]

Drew WilsonApril 11, 2018
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4min7
Newly filed campaign finance reports show Republican Sens. Dennis Baxley, Debbie Mayfield and Kathleen Passidomo each raised more than $45,000 for their re-election campaigns last month. Baxley, who represents Senate District 12, brought in $47,500 for his campaign in March, including 44 checks for the maximum campaign contribution of $1,000. His committee, Floridians for a […]

Staff ReportsFebruary 28, 2018
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2min17
Dana Young, a Tampa Republican, says she won’t be pursuing the presidency of the Florida Senate. “As I’m completing my second session in the Senate, I’ve realized the commitment of pursuing and ultimately serving as presiding officer requires more time than I am willing to spend away from my family and my constituents,” she said […]

Mitch PerryFebruary 20, 2018
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5min13
A controversial omnibus education bill made its first appearance Tuesday in the Florida Senate, where Port Orange Republican Dorothy Hukill unveiled a strike-all amendment to the legislation before the Education Committee. The bill (HB 7055) ultimately was approved, although without a provision that organized labor said was designed to gut the state’s “right to work” laws. The Senate bill […]


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