Bitter Primaries Undercut Gop Hopes In 3 States

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The GOP envisions a road to a Senate majority — it needs a net gain of four seats to win control — but at this stage, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Florida aren't prime real estate.

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    TAMPA — Mutual admiration was the rule for Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson’s listening session at the University of South Florida. School provost Ralph Wilcox introduced the two-term senator as a “steadfast advocate for all Floridians.” Nelson, best ...
    05/29/2012 - 4:55 pm | View Link
  • Bitter primaries undercut GOP hopes in 3 states
    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- The battleground states of Florida, Pennsylvania and Michigan were looking ideal for Republicans trying to regain a Senate majority in the November elections. The GOP romped in all three states in 2010, grabbing governorships, seizing ...
    05/29/2012 - 11:28 am | View Link
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