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You’re Invited: Bowling with Marco Rubio

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You are cordially invited to go “Bowling with Marco” Come have some fun and meet Marco!! Fresh off of his debate with Governor Crist, we must make sure to help the campaign continue the positive momentum. The event details are as follows: $100 per person (Includes opportunity to meet Marco, two games of bowling, shoes, pizza and soft drinks) $500 per person (Includes opportunity to bowl one game with Marco in your lane) Maximum Contribution: $4,800 p/p The maximum an…

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You’re Invited: Bowling with Marco Rubio

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You are cordially invited to go “Bowling with Marco” Come have some fun and meet Marco!! Fresh off of his debate with Governor Crist, we must make sure to help the campaign continue the positive momentum. The event details are as follows: $100 per person (Includes opportunity to meet Marco, two games of bowling, shoes, pizza and soft drinks) $500 per person (Includes opportunity to bowl one game with Marco in your lane) Maximum Contribution: $4,800 p/p The maximum an…

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Charlie Justice’s statement on SB 216 becoming law – prohibits tax dollars from being spent on political ads

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“I would like to commend supporters of SB 216 and Governor Crist for making such a valuable piece of legislation law. Today marks the beginning of a new era of government accountability, as this will ensure that governments will not be telling taxpayers how to vote, but rather allow voters to be the final arbiter in determining what is good policy for our communities. Gone are the days of unjust and irresponsible campaign spending from our government. I will continue…

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Lamar Alexander on Charlie Crist

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Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN), chair of the Senate Republican Conference, released this statement today endorsing FL Gov. Charlie Crist for SEN: “The thought of Governor Crist becoming Senator Crist is welcome news. Three years into his first term as Governor, he’s the most popular elected official in Florida’s history because of his outstanding career as a no-nonsense attorney general, a progressive education commissioner, and a fiscally conservative chief executive who last year led Florida to its largest property-tax decrease ever.…

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