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August 21, 2009

Evening Edition


Democrat: Crist releases Senate applications from Carroll and Smith

Herald: Carroll and Smith’s U.S. Senate applications


Times: The next U.S. Senator from Florida is… hard to guess


Democrat: U.S. Senate candidates, sans Crist, speak at Florida Association of Realtors forum

News-Press: Candidates focus on absent Crist at forum


Times: Governor’s race may be a snore


Sun: Details of Ray Sansom’s RPOF credit card spending

Herald: Sansom: ‘You have to spend money to raise money’


Times: Greer pulling all RPOF credit cards, including his own


Times: Sink had to sue five banks to recover stolen money


Times-Union: Duval property tax notices surprising for some


Ledger: Polk jobless rate hits 12.3 percent


Sun-Sentinel: AutoNation, other dealers halt ‘clunkers’ deals early

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Morning Edition


Ledger: Older voters reassess Obama amid health reform debate

Herald: Poll: Floridians like town hall protesters, not Obama-care


Herald-Tribune: Obama woos right and left on health care

Times: Team Obama opening Florida headquarters


Herald: NRA’s Hammer favors Jim Smith for Senate appointment

Herald: Lobbying for U.S. Senate seat continues


Herald: Crist canceled, so Miami builders booked Meek


Sentinel: Biden: Grayson “doesn’t back away from a fight”


Post: Candidates to meet at Realtors convention


Democrat: GOP reaching out to younger voters this weekend


News-Journal: Economic problems stifle state growth


Today: Rush is on for concealed-guns permits


Sun-Sentinel: Class action lawsuit filed against cities using red light cameras

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