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Is there a path to victory for Debbie Wasserman Schultz

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Everyone – and I mean, EVERYONE – seems to be completely blowing off Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s candidacy and thinks her chances of winning a 2016 Senate race are about the same as mine. At the risk of condemning myself to outlier status for eternity, I will make the case for her. (I can hear it now, “Yeah, do you remember that Schorsch guy? … He thought Wasserman-Watsername could actually win!”) First, she can raise real money. She has a strong base in South Florida and…

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Full list of 2010 Florida Netroots Award Winners

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As always Joy Reid steps in to fill a new media gap, this time posting the full list of award winners from this year’s Netroos Awards. Of course, Joy puts herself last on this list, so let me write it up here about how Reid won the award for Best National Blog, meaning if you are not reading her stuff, you are seriously missing out. On another note, thank you to Bella Brava and St. Pete Brasserie, the two dining…

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Kendrick Meek, Marco Rubio tweet about chance meeting

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From CNN: If Kendrick Meek and Marco Rubio win their respective party nominations for the Florida Senate race, do you think they will travel together on the campaign trail? Unlikely. But on Thursday, the two Senate hopefuls found themselves on the same flight from Tampa to Ft. Lauderdale, and each “tweeted” about it on the microblog Twitter. “On a Southwest flt from Tampa to Ft Lauderdale,” Meek, a Democratic congressman, wrote in shorthand. “In seat 12A. Who’s in seat 9A?…

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Rothenberg Report: Charlie Justice among ‘House recruits yet to measure up to hype’

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According to The Rothenberg Political Report: “…a once-hot Democratic candidate is having trouble living up to early expectations as well. For years, Democrats have believed that Rep. Bill Young (R) is close to retiring in Florida’s 10th district. Growing impatient because the former Appropriations chairman continues to seek re-election, this cycle Democrats recruited state Sen. Charlie Justice (D) into the race to see if they could smoke Young out. But Justice’s early fundraising has been mediocre, and Democrats are a…

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