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Poll shows Charlie Crist would beat David Jolly if a rematch is in the cards

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Even though there are more than 20 months before Election Day 2018, a week does not go by without a mention — or several — in the media about a possible rematch between Charlie Crist and David Jolly in Florida’s 13th Congressional District. In a new StPetePolls survey of CD 13 voters, Crist would edge out Jolly by about eight points if such a rematch were held today. Crist would get nearly 49 percent, compared to Jolly, who gets just…

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David Jolly 22%, Jeff Miller 12%, Carlos Lopez-Cantera 11%, Ron DeSantis 9% in poll of GOP race for U.S. Senate

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Tampa Bay’s David Jolly is the surprising frontrunner in the race for the GOP nomination for Florida’s U.S. Senate seat, according to a new poll conducted after Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera announced his bid for the seat. However, for the ever-widening field of Republicans seeking to replace Marco Rubio in the U.S. Senate, the primary challenge for each of them will be carving out statewide name recognition. According to a new survey from St. Pete Polls conducted for Florida politics, six…

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Alan Grayson 30%, Patrick Murphy 23% in latest poll of Democratic primary in Florida

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In the Democratic primary for Florida’s open U.S. Senate seat, liberal Alan Grayson jumped ahead of his more moderate opponent, fellow U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy, according to a new survey released from St. Pete Polls and commissioned by Florida Politics. The first statewide survey of the Democratic Senate race since Grayson formally announced his campaign found Grayson leading Murphy by nearly seven points – 30 to 23 percent. Just over 17 percent said “someone else,” and 22 percent are undecided. Political newcomer Pam Keith, a…

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