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On November 2, Hispanic Republicans picked up five House seats, two governorships and one Senate seat.
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Tuesday was an Election Day when sports and politics crossed paths
Rubio’s election to the Senate may be the GOP’s best election night news and come 2012, the party may look to him to help take back the White House
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The former president is making a last minute visit to the Sunshine State for the Democratic ticket
This year’s midterms elections — historically snoozefests or geek rallies — have been anything but boring. In fact, they’ve been downright hilarious!
‘I told him to keep the cross and that I carry my Christianity in my heart’
‘I’m not doing backroom deals. I’m running for United States Senate’
Making 'decisions from on high' - TheDC
Clinton under fire for involvement in Florida Senate race
Former president Bill Clinton tried to persuade Democrat Kendrick Meek to drop out of the Florida Senate race to clear the way for Charlie Crist
The Miami Heat guard is asking supporters of Senate candidate Kendrick Meek to open their wallets, but he has kept his own closed
Rumors that Meek would drop out in order to clear the way for a left-leaning Crist have intensified with new allegations of a private meeting
Independent candidate for Florida Senate seat was reportedly ‘running on fumes’
Gov. Charlie Crist tried to distance himself from President Barack Obama in a debate Tuesday after months of reaching out to Democrats
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. endorsed independent Charlie Crist in the Florida Senate race Wednesday
In Florida, three's a crowd - TheDC
Democratic nominee Kendrick Meek hints independent Charlie Crist should drop out
Rubio doubles up Crist - TheDC
GOP candidate and Tea Party favorite Marco Rubio has surged to a two-to-one lead in the Florida Senate race, according to a new Rasmussen poll, but his campaign said the seat is not yet won
Republicans are fretting over rumors that the Democratic nominee will withdraw from the race to endorse independent Charlie Crist, who would then caucus with the party if he wins