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Jeff Greene’s statement on new unemployment numbers

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Jeff Greene, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, issued the following statement regarding the state unemployment numbers released today. Said Greene: “While today’s report brings some welcome news and I applaud President Obama for his leadership in our economic recovery, with one million Floridians out of work we still have a jobs crisis in Florida and America. “Unfortunately this news comes too late for many Florida families who lost their homes and jobs because of failed career politicians like Kendrick Meek who did…

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Jeff Greene’s statement on new unemployment numbers

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Jeff Greene, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, issued the following statement regarding the state unemployment numbers released today. Said Greene: “While today’s report brings some welcome news and I applaud President Obama for his leadership in our economic recovery, with one million Floridians out of work we still have a jobs crisis in Florida and America. “Unfortunately this news comes too late for many Florida families who lost their homes and jobs because of failed career politicians like Kendrick Meek who did…

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Jeff Greene launches new statewide television ad: ‘Family’

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Today, Jeff Greene, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, launched a new television ad entitled: Family. The 30-second spot that will air across Florida focuses on Jeff being raised in a middle-class family by parents who instilled in him the importance of a good education, hard work and giving back. The ad also introduces voters to his own family, wife Mei Greene and son Malcolm Greene, and underscores his reasons for running for office. As a husband, new father and successful businessman, Jeff wants to do what he…

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Jeff Greene launches new statewide television ad: ‘Family’

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Today, Jeff Greene, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, launched a new television ad entitled: Family. The 30-second spot that will air across Florida focuses on Jeff being raised in a middle-class family by parents who instilled in him the importance of a good education, hard work and giving back. The ad also introduces voters to his own family, wife Mei Greene and son Malcolm Greene, and underscores his reasons for running for office. As a husband, new father and successful businessman, Jeff wants to do what he…

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Jeff Greene responds to Scott Rothstein sentencing, launches petition to end political corruption in Florida

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Jeff Greene, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, launched a new online website and petition at www.TheyAreAllCorrupt.com, which highlights the corruption scandals in which Charlie Crist, Marco Rubio and Kendrick Meek are all involved. The site asks Florida voters to sign the petition and help stop the corruption by career politicians and elect a U.S. senator that will put Florida first. In addition, the Greene campaign issued the statement below regarding the sentencing of Charlie Crist’s corrupt political donor Scott Rothstein. Rothstein,…

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Senate candidate Nina Hayden DID NOT qualify for the ballot via petition

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With not enough money in her campaign account to cover the check she will have to write to the state in order to run for the state Senate, long-shot Democratic candidate Nina Hayden once told me via Twitter that she wasn’t spending a lot of time fundraising because she was focused on gathering the requisite number of signatures to qualify for the ballot via petition. Looks like Hayden wasn’t focused enough. According to the Pinellas Supervisor of Elections, Hayden came…

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Daily Kos features Jim Piccillo

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Daily Kos featured Jim Piccillo, the Democratic candidate for the U.S. House in Florida’s 5th District. This is an open seat, as Tea Party Republican Ginny Brown-Waite will retire at the end of her term. Raised by a strong single mother, Jim has a broad background in public service. He served six years in the U.S. Army, and was decorated for his role in responding to the 9/11 tragedy. After leaving the Army in 2002, Jim organized statewide food drives…

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