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After steamrolling establishment-favored pols in a trio of recent Senate primaries, grassroots conservatives face a much steeper climb in a Central Florida congressional primary Tuesday. Continue Reading Freshman Rep. Sandy Adams is the insurgents'
Fla. (AP) Outside of some local, legislative and congressional races, Tuesday's primary election is a bit of a snoozer. Unlike two years ago, when there were competitive primaries to pick Republican nominees for governor and attorney general and
Fla. (AP) One thing is guaranteed after Tuesday's primary: At least one of Florida's U.S. representatives won't be working in Washington after January. In a rare battle of incumbents, 10-term Congressman John Mica is facing freshman Rep. Sandy Adams
Adams and Mica are facing off in a GOP primary to be the nominee in the newly created 7th district in Florida. Last week, Adams ran the ad in question, in which her campaign calls Mica a "cheerleader" for President Obama. The ad shows Obama thanking
Rep. John Mica 's career and it didn't even happen in Congress, where the Winter Park Republican has spent almost 20 years. Instead, his capstone achievement has its roots in Tallahassee , where the Florida Legislature , after repeated refusals,
He later said that the use of the word Gestapo clouded his message and that he hadn't meant to minimize the Holocaust...That suggests Romney's campaign is not just hoping to satisfy conservative critics they are engaged in a real battle for voters
Mica is locked in a contentious primary with fellow House member Sandy Adams (R-Fla.) after redistricting left the two battling for the same seat. Adams has often attacked Mica for his role in the passage of the transportation bill, including a
July 7, 2012 As always, claims are ranked Total Truth , Fast and Loose or Major Malarkey . John Mica, R- Winter Park Mica's first video is meant to bolster his conservative credentials. And it's effective, filled with bobble-head Nancy Pelosis and
Senators Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and Mike Crapo (R-ID) that passed last month on a vote of 68 to 31, with strong bipartisan support...Unfortunately, Republican leaders in the House have taken a different approach, with the introduction of H.R. Rep.
Unfortunately, Sandy Adams did just that, spending $30,000 in public money on two self-promoting mailers. In doing so, the freshman Adams wasn't changing Washington's culture...Members of Congress have long used your money to further their own