Today on Context Florida, Cary McMullen challenges readers to consider the complexities of American exceptionalism, particularly in light of recent events; and Darryl Paulson offers the fifth installment on black voting in Florida with an analysis of “vote dilution” — a practice that can take the form of run-off primaries, at-large elections and multi-member districts.
Peter Schorsch asks, “When, oh when, Charlie?” and lays out some detailed logic for why Florida’s former governor will announce his candidacy later rather than sooner.
Finally, Jim McClellan lends his voice to a give-and-take between bloggers that started off about the revolving door between legislative staffing and private consulting, and became about the “lobbying” of the press corps. His take is refreshing and witty.
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