Florida Senate Race Starts Without A Clear Favorite

Florida Senate race starts without a clear favorite

Washington PostFlorida Senate race starts without a clear favoriteWashington PostRep. Kendrick Meek is the Democratic nominee for Senate, overcoming billionaire Jeff Greene's massive television and mail onslaught to win a bitter Florida primary. Meek will face off against Gov. Charlie Crist and Republican Marco Rubio in November. ...On stump, Brown backs moderatesBoston GlobeRep.

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