Tag: Republican Governor’s Association
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A.G. GancarskiOctober 29, 2018
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Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum has the law enforcement community shook, according to a new ad from a GOP group. “Worried,” the latest spot from the Republican Governors Association, paints a disspiriting picture of the Tallahassee Mayor. “The brave men and women of law enforcement are worried about Andrew Gillum because they know his radical agenda […]

Danny McAuliffeOctober 3, 2018
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4min9
It’s no secret Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum is partially campaigning on a tax hike. What’s unknown: how Florida’s electorate receives it. And money is being spent on both sides to determine that outcome. On Wednesday, Gillum released an education-themed television ad in which he says, “Not one person, family, or small business pays more in […]

Danny McAuliffeSeptember 25, 2018
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3min7
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum is drawing fire for his connection to Dream Defenders, a leftist group that argues “police and prisons have no place in ‘justice,’” among other things. A new television ad backed by the Republican Governors Association claims, “Gillum got through the primary thanks to a radical group called the Dream Defenders.” […]

Peter SchorschSeptember 14, 2018
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2min11
First, understand how I’m not angry, but laughing at the ham-handedness of the Republican Governors Association (RGA) media team. You remember these fellas, the ones who attacked veteran Tallahassee and South Florida lobbyist Ron Book in an email blast? And then had to withdraw said attack with their collective tails between their legs? They used the […]

Scott PowersSeptember 12, 2018
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The Republican Governors Association is entering the Florida election with a television commercial debuting Wednesday that declares that Democratic nominee Andrew Gillum is so far out there, “he’s on another planet.” The new 30-second spot, “Too Far,” outlines Gillum’s positions favoring universal health care, a tax increase on corporations to pay for expanded education funding, […]

Drew WilsonSeptember 6, 2018
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5min7
A Thursday email sent out by the Republican Governors Association slammed Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum as “too radical for Florida” based on comments he made regarding recent violence in the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. “In a recent podcast interview, Gillum ‘condemn[ed]’ Israel for ‘murder’ for acting in self-defense against Hamas terrorist operatives attempting to ‘breach into Israel’s borders,’ […]

Mitch PerryFebruary 5, 2018
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Gwen Graham held her latest “Workday” in East Tampa, spending Friday afternoon learning about technical education at a nonprofit dedicated to teaching computer skills in Hillsborough County middle schools. As a former U.S. Rep. and current Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Graham is the early front-runner in the race for her party’s nomination — attempting to take […]

Mitch PerryJanuary 22, 2018
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Democratic gubernatorial nominees Philip Levine and Chris King spoke before their largest audiences to date in the Tampa Bay region on Sunday at the Women’s March in downtown St. Petersburg. Several thousand people crammed into Williams Park for the rally, which, in an unusual twist, Levine co-sponsored. “The opportunity came up and we believe in women’s […]


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