Tag: Palm Beach Post
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A.G. GancarskiNovember 14, 2018
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10min11
First the vote. Then the “spoiler” charge. After every close election, the inevitable post-game narrative involves some variation of “did the third-party candidate cause a major party candidate to lose?” A couple of examples for those new to American politics: the Ralph Nader and Pat Buchanan effects in 2000. The Jill Stein and Gary Johnson blame game after 2016. […]

Scott PowersOctober 24, 2018
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2min12
The Miami Herald, the Tampa Bay Times, the Sun Sentinel of South Florida, the Palm Beach Post, and the Orlando Sentinel all have endorsed the re-election of Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, and his campaign wants to make sure voters know that. In an era when newspaper readership and influence are declining and newspapers’ credibility […]

Jacob OglesOctober 21, 2018
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4min26
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum has landed the endorsement of the Miami Herald. “The tenacity, political smarts and commitment to public service that propelled this Tallahassee mayor to victory from the bottom of the pack of better-known candidates in August’s Democratic primary speak volumes,” writes the editorial board. “We think that each quality will serve […]

Jacob OglesSeptember 30, 2018
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4min10
The Sun-Sentinel endorsed Democrat Andrew Gillum for Governor, while the Palm Beach Post threw its support behind Democrat Sean Shaw for Attorney General. The South Florida newspapers issued endorsements early in the general election cycle. The Sun-Sentinel made special note of Gillum’s education and environmental record, while taking Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis to task […]

Ryan NicolMay 23, 2018
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7min4
Call it “I’m rubber, you’re glue” media criticism. Florida Atlantic University is hitting back at Palm Beach Post reporter Kenny Jacoby for what the university calls “inaccurate and misleading” coverage of the school’s own erroneous reporting of its number of female athletes. That’s after the Post caught FAU filing a false report with the Department of Education. Here’s the […]


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