The ranks of jobless Floridians, currently numbering more than a million, could triple by the end of next year as a result of the devastating oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, says economist Farid A. Khavari, a Democratic candidate for governor of Florida.
Archive for May 19th, 2010
How often do you see a candidate riding a horse, brandishing a weapon and talking about Facebook in a television commercial? Not often enough.
This is a new feature for Uncovered Politics called the “Whack Job of the Week” in which I plan to throw the spotlight onto someone who is either crazy, stupid or a little bit of both. Far too frequently the media ignores or even gives […]
On May 17th, Republican Senator John Thune of South Dakotka addressed the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting in North Carolina. Thune joined other GOP hopefuls like Sarah Palin, Congressman Mike Pence and Haley Barbour in speaking to the crowd of gun rights activists.
With his victory in the Kentucky Republican primary for U.S. Senate, Rand Paul (son of Texas Congressman and 2-time Presidential candidate Ron Paul) is on a fast track to Washington.
With Governor Charlie Crist pondering a bid for U.S. Senate as a No Party Affiliation candidate, now seems like a good time to take a look back at the history of third party and independent candidates in Florida.