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Ed Miyagishima departing position at Port Tampa Bay

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Ed Miyagishima, the Vice President of Communications and External Affairs at Port Tampa Bay and a senior adviser to CEO Paul Anderson, announced that he is leaving his position to “lead the charge” to have Tampa Bay host the 2019 Medal of Honor Convention. Miyagishima, who had been with the port for four years, made the announcement on his Facebook page Wednesday night. “I’m humbled and excited for this new chapter which will allow me to represent and showcase the American heroes and military community I love…

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Face to face one last time: Debate night for Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump

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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump‘s long and acrimonious battle for the White House is speeding toward the end, with the candidates taking the debate stage Wednesday night for one final prime-time showdown. For Trump, the debate is perhaps his last opportunity to turn around a race that appears to be slipping away. His predatory comments about women and a flood of sexual assault accusations have deepened his unpopularity with women and limited his pathways to victory. Trump has denied the…

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Mitch Perry Report for 8.3.16 – How many GOP candidates still “not there yet” on Trump?

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New York Representative Richard Hanna yesterday became the first Republican in Congress to say that not only could he not support Donald Trump for president (he said that months ago), but he now says he’ll be voting for Hillary Clinton in the fall. “While I disagree with her on many issues, I will vote for Mrs. Clinton,” Hanna wrote in an op-ed. I will be hopeful and resolute in my belief that being a good American who loves his country is…

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Jeff Greene featured in WaPo: Dem rises in Fla. Senate race despite odd baggage

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Too much baggage for a candidate? Not for Greene in an antiestablishment year that has been a boon to political outsiders. A recent poll finds the Palm Beach billionaire has spent his way into a near tie with Rep. Kendrick Meek, who has been in the race for the Democratic nomination for months. While Meek hasn’t bought TV ads so he can conserve his cash, Greene’s heavily circulated commercials describe him as “an outsider willing to take on the career politicians.”…

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Carly Fiorina caught on open mic making fun of Barbara Boxer’s hair

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From Politics Daily: Carly Fiorina won big in Tuesday’s California Senate primary and wasted no time making her first gaffe of the general election — getting caught on an open mic making fun of her opponent Sen. Barbara Boxer’s hairstyle. While getting made up for an appearance on Sacramento’s KXTV-TV Wednesday morning, Fiorina checks her phone and banters with people off camera. She off-handedly mentions that a friend “saw Barbara Boxer briefly on television this morning and said what everyone…

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Carly Fiorina caught on open mic making fun of Barbara Boxer’s hair

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From Politics Daily: Carly Fiorina won big in Tuesday’s California Senate primary and wasted no time making her first gaffe of the general election — getting caught on an open mic making fun of her opponent Sen. Barbara Boxer’s hairstyle. While getting made up for an appearance on Sacramento’s KXTV-TV Wednesday morning, Fiorina checks her phone and banters with people off camera. She off-handedly mentions that a friend “saw Barbara Boxer briefly on television this morning and said what everyone…

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