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NY Times spotlights Meek in FL U.S. Senate campaign

by Dara Kam | February 26th, 2010

It’s no secret that the Florida U.S. Senate race has captured the attention of the national media and is a crucial race for both parties.

But much of the focus has been on the GOP primary featuring Gov. Charlie Crist, who is leaving office after only one term to pursue the post, and former House Speaker Marco Rubio, the first Cuban-American speaker of the Florida House whose somber face ran on the cover of The New York Times Sunday magazine not long ago, prompting Crist’s campaign to dub him “New York Times Cover Boy.”

While Rubio and Crist slug it out (and it’s getting uglier every day), U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek, the Democrat who will likely face off against one of them in November, has been busily stumping around the state gathering petition signatures in the hopes of becoming the first U.S. Senate candidate from Florida ever to qualify by petition.

Read today’s New York Times article on Meek here.

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3 Responses to “NY Times spotlights Meek in FL U.S. Senate campaign”

  1. jimbo Says:

    Meeks will be another Obama lap dog and we all know how that hope and change thing has worked out.

  2. Dru Says:

    Is the NY Times article published to tell snowbirds that when they come down to Florida for the winter to make sure they not only vote in NY but also Florida?

    You know, those double voters that live in South Florida. Break the law to elect a democrat.

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