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Thanks to spouse, Charlie Crist is richest of the three leading U.S. Senate candidates.

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Charlie Crist is worth far more than either of the other leading candidates for U.S. Senate, Kendrick Meek and Marco Rubio – thanks to the assets of Crist’s wife, Carole Rome. Florida Trend reports that Crist, the Florida governor and no party affiliation candidate for U.S. Senate reported assets worth $466,063 in his annual state disclosure last year. Rome’s assets didn’t have to be included. In a federal disclosure, which requires candidates to list all marital assets, Crist lists between…

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Charlie Crist is the Pete Sampras of politics — a former champ, slumping since married

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Here’s something fun to do when not stuffing the turkey this week…take a look at this article written about tennis legend Pete Sampras. I took out every mention to Sampras and tennis and substituted them with an applicable reference to Charlie Crist and politics and I came to a startling conclusion: Charlie Crist is the Pete Sampras of politics, a former champ in a slump ever since he got married: Charlie Crist is on an uncompromising mission to revive his…

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Carole Rome Crist’s Ex blasts Charlie’s RHONY fundraiser in the Hamptons

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I don’t know how it is that Real Housewives keeps coming up on a topic of discussion on this blog (seriously, we are really not as obsessed with Bravo programming as it seems), but Real Housewives of New York star Jill Zarin recently hosted a Hamptons fundraiser for Charlie Crist’s not exactly cash-poor Senate campaign. You might remember that Zarin and Charlie Crist’s lady wife Carole Rome are good friends. Rome even appeared in a scene on RHONY that ended…

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Time: 2-Min-Bio on Charlie Crist

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Time Magazine offers this 2 Min-Bio on Charlie Crist: Florida Gov. Charlie Crist’s May 12 announcement that he will run for Senate instead of reelection in 2010 was rare good news for the flailing GOP. The first-term governor, who is seeking the seat held by retiring Republican Sen. Mel Martinez, has consistently boasted approval ratings in the high 60s since taking office despite economic dark days in the Sunshine State. An adroit campaigner who addresses every citizen he meets as…

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