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Vowing to embarrass the “mainstream media and liberal elites,” the Trump presidential campaign is issuing an urgent plea for donations ahead of Friday’s federal financial reporting deadline.

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Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi continues to face questions over whether a campaign contribution Trump gave to her in 2013 was in exchange for dropping a potential investigation into his real estate investment program, Trump University. Now Congressional Democrats are calling for an investigation into the issue, and so are newspapers, and the issue is not going away.

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A new poll from Quinnipiac University shows Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are tied in Florida.

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Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton leads Republican Nominee Donald Trump by 10 points in a new Quinnipiac University poll. But the poll also suggests many voters chose their candidate so the opponent wouldn't win.

The latest Quinnipiac University poll of key swing states shows Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton virtually tied with Republican Donald Trump in Florida.

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Donald Trump is raising the alarm that this November’s election may be rigged against him.

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Veterans and union members are teeing off on Donald Trump ahead of the Republican presidential candidate’s visits to Daytona and Jacksonville.  The former service members are still fuming over Trump’s treatment of the Khan family.

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North Florida Congresswoman Gwen Graham is blasting Governor Rick Scott as well as Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

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Some female politicians from Florida are hailing Hillary Clinton, the first woman to be a presidential nominee for a major party. Their remarks came at Thursday’s Florida delegation breakfast in Philadelphia, before Clinton took center stage at the Democratic National Convention.

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In his acceptance speech at the Republican convention, Donald Trump said he’d protect the LGBTQ community. But one Florida advocate is skeptical.

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Every four years, Democrats and Republicans hold elaborate conventions to celebrate their candidate of choice and stir up party support. But the events this month also offer an uninterrupted view into the country’s partisan divides.

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Florida Republicans—both early Donald Trump supporters and late—are making their presence felt at the Republican National Convention.

Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz says her party’s national convention next week will offer an agenda that is “diametrically opposed” to the Republican alternative.

Shortly after her rival grabs the spotlight at the Republican National Convention, Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton will be campaigning this week in Florida.

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Presumptive Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump appears to be losing ground in Florida. According to the Quinnipiac University Poll, Democrat Hillary Clinton leads Trump by eight points in  the state, and Clinton also holds a heavy lead in fundraising. 

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Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton is leading her Republican rival, billionaire Donald Trump, 45 percent to 41 percent, according to the latest Quinnipiac University national poll.

Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn, the Democratic chief executive of Florida’s third-largest city, says he’s not worried by the latest polls that put former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton neck-and-neck with billionaire Republican Donald Trump in the Sunshine State.

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Although Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton seem to have paved a clear path to the Republican and Democratic nominations, dissatisfied voters are still looking for ways to circumvent those candidates in the general election. With about two months to go before nominations are decided, unrest continues to grow.

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Donald Trump is the likely Republican Presidential nominee. That, despite an effort by some Republicans to block his path to the White House. Governor Rick Scott recently penned a letter urging party unity for Trump. But now another Florida Republican has penned an open letter laying out a choice: party or principle.

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Donald Trump is the Republican party’s de facto nominee for president and that’s already leading people to ask who he might select as a running mate. Regan McCarthy reports one name that’s coming up on several lists is Florida Gov. Rick Scott

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Pundits are floating Florida Democratic Senator Bill Nelson as a possible vice presidential nominee. But Nelson is quiet on the subject.

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Mac Stipanovich is a longtime presence in Florida’s Republican politics. He’s been a lobbyist, advisor and campaign director. And he’s the latest in a line of Florida Republicans who do not want to see a Donald Trump Presidency. Stipanovich has penned an open letter encouraging others to reject Mr. Trump.

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Governor Rick Scott is asking for party unity ahead of the Republican Nominating convention later this summer. In a facebook post, Scott reiterated his support for Donald Trump, and is asking state Republicans to do the same.

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In preparation for the Republican convention, North Florida party officials have selected their delegates.

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State Democratic Representative Michelle Rehwinkel Vasilinda is garnering attention for her recent comments on Donald Trump, calling his policies ‘fascinating’. But a local GOP leader thinks she’s pandering to conservative voters.

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