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Today on Context Florida: Primary power, sales jobs, decoupling and traffic

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Today on Context Florida: The power for a candidate to qualify for Florida’s Presidential Preference Primary ballot power rests solely with the Republican Party of Florida and its Chairman. In the opinion of RPOF Chair Blaise Ingoglia, this is too much power in the hands of one person or organization. Florida is one of the few states in the nation that does not have any qualifying criteria to appear on the ballot in statute or Republican Party rule. William Steiger says…

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Today on Context Florida: Bush Christian speech, war on poor, Babe Ruth and Avenir 3.0

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Today on Context Florida: Jeb Bush gave a speech last week that Steven Kurlander says should have received more attention that it did in the 24-7 news cycle. Bush incorporated two important tenets in his message that can unite divergent voters to vote Republican in 2016: the preservation of basic religious freedom within the traditional conservative argument against big government. President Lyndon Johnson publicly declared “War on Poverty” in 1964. In 2011, Rick Scott took office as Florida governor and that…

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