Charlie Crist

"I regret the way I addressed the complex issue of the closet and speculation on a person’s sexual orientation with a mocking tone and sarcasm.”
Former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, a Republican-turned-Democrat and perennial political candidate, is projected to win the race for Florida’s 13th Congressional District and defeat incumbent Republican Rep. David Jolly.
The Republican-turned-Democrat returns to public office after two failed runs.
Three of Trump's companies each contributed the maximum to Florida Attorney General Charlie Crist in his 2006 campaign for governor.
If at first, second, third, fourth, fifth you don't succeed ...
I found that the main reason why they didn't vote last year was simple: They couldn't see any difference between the candidates. When there is no difference between the candidates, Democrats don't vote, and Democrats lose.
Browne wrote: MIAMI –- Something was noticeably different about the crowd packed inside a gymnasium at Miami Dade College’s
Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) reportedly told fundraisers that he is interested in running for Senate, according to The Tampa
However, Crist tweeted Monday that he would not jump in the race: Crist began his political career as a Republican, serving
I would have to give the football/election thesis a passing grade, based on these few cases, regardless of whether you use my statewide speculations or the more precise county analysis of my bold political science friends.
He consistently criticized Scott over education spending and voting rights, as well as the governor's refusal to expand Medicaid
Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) defeated former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist (D) in one of the nation's most competitive gubernatorial
The Crist campaign on Tuesday afternoon filed a request for two hours of extended voting in heavily Democratic Broward County
Why do the Republicans feel a need to engage in such shady voter intimidation schemes year after year? Why are they so afraid of letting people go to the polls and choosing whichever candidates they prefer, free from interference with their right to vote?
Almost half of Florida's likely voters may have cast ballots before Election Day, and turnout may beat the 49 percent showing
Those same advocates argue that an election win for a Medicaid-backing governor candidate would send a powerful message to