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A.G. GancarskiApril 27, 2016

In a wide-ranging interview in Jacksonville, GOP Senate candidate Todd Wilcox called for a debate among Senate candidates and called his opponents out in the process. “The role of the Republican Party of Florida should be to educate voters,” Wilcox said Wednesday, adding that it was “time for the party and the chairman to consider a debate […]

A.G. GancarskiApril 12, 2016

Lenny Curry’s PAC, Build Something That Lasts, crossed the $600,000 threshold on the strength of an $87,500 March. No real surprises were to be found in the contributors. Peter Rummell and Florida Blue went in for $25,000 each, and J.B. Coxwell went $10,000 deep. Stellar, meanwhile, ponied up $15,000. Of the $38,502 of March expenses, […]

A.G. GancarskiMarch 25, 2016

Watchers of the HD 12 race have waited to see whether establishment money would swing toward Terrance Freeman. His fundraiser at Jacksonville’s SunTrust Building next Tuesday offers clues. An all-star host committee includes names Duval Republicans know, including Charlie Appleby, Bruce Barcelo, Lindsey Brock, Councilman Aaron Bowman, Mel Clark, Rose Conry, Rory Diamond, W.C. Gentry, Dane Grey, Deno Hicks, Charles Moreland, Karyn Morton, Michael Munz, Alexander Pantinakis, Kara Tucker, and Scott Wiley. […]

Mitch PerryJanuary 27, 2016

A day after announcing his leadership team headed by Chris LaCivita (the former top strategist for 2004’s Swift Boat Veterans for Truth team), Todd Wilcox has unveiled his statewide finance committee. “As our campaign continues to build momentum, I am proud to announce these Florida business icons as founding members of our finance team and […]

A.G. GancarskiJanuary 18, 2016

Where do we go from here? And when we get there, can we Build Something That Lasts? The 1967 Martin Luther King Jr. speech referenced above was given at the 10th annual session of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. It epitomized King’s late period in terms of calling for social justice for African-Americans. Among other calls […]

A.G. GancarskiJuly 1, 2015

The number of Lenny Curry campaign events I covered is definitely in three figures. A common thread for many of them was how below the radar they were. Endorsement events at local businesses. A speech to the Visit Jacksonville forum. An appearance at the recreation center in Grand Park. And so on. The media wasn’t at […]

A.G. GancarskiJune 11, 2015

Florida Politics has obtained a cache of emails related to Jacksonville Mayor-elect Lenny Curry’s transition. The emails date back to May 22. They provide an invaluable record of the transition, as the self-styled “transformational mayor” moves quickly from the seemingly perpetual candidate to the city of Jacksonville’s chief executive. To highlight the nature of the […]


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