FL Sen: As Independent, Crist Can Still Raise Enough Money to Compete

By: Friday July 16, 2010 6:44 pm

One of the big questions when Florida Gov. Charlie Crist decided to run as an independent for Senate was whether he’d be able to raise sufficient money. Crist built up a large campaign war chest when he was a Republican, and he held on to the money when he left the GOP. But inability to [...]

In Big States, It Helps to Have Big Wealth to Spend on a Primary

By: Thursday June 10, 2010 7:18 pm

The trend of multimillionaire political neophytes succeeding in primary elections may continue in Florida.

FL Sen: Crist Manages to Hold Lead for Now

By: Wednesday June 9, 2010 1:14 pm

Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, running for Senate as an independent, holds a narrow lead in a three-way race. How he’ll fare depends partly on which Democrat will be his opponent. An Aug, 24 primary will decide that.

Congratulations Florida! You Now Have the Most Interesting Senate Race of 2010

By: Friday April 30, 2010 9:48 pm

Move over Kentucky, and congratulations Florida, because you have suddenly grabbed the title of Most Interesting Senate Race of the 2010 election cycle. Things were already pretty interesting in Florida when it was simply the tale of an insurgent Republican primary challenger, Marco Rubio, and his ever-increasing lead over popular Republican governor Charlie Crist in [...]

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