Thursday, July 8, 2010

Rasmussen Reports: Florida Senate: Rubio 36%, Crist 34%, Meek 15%

The separation in polls between Marco Rubio and Crist should grow even more after Labor Day as people in Florida take a real interest in this race. We would like to know when the Black Democrat Caucus in Congress is going to get up in arms with Harry Reid and Obama for ignoring the Democrat Meeks and supporting Crist behind the scenes. The most interesting part of this in the end will be between Crist and Meeks as they fight for the Democrat votes. Do Democrats trust Crist after the last few months?

Rubio keeps getting crowds to his events as word is spreading throughout Florida about what a great candidate he is for the Florida Senate seat this year. Contrast that to the smaller numbers coming out to see the other two. Who are the unions going to support -- the official Dem candidate Meeks or the NO Party candidate Crist? Would you trust Crist not to flip flop some more if you were a Democrat before this over? Crist has no core values left as he now panders to Democrat trial attorneys and unions. Crist is nothing more than someone who puts their finger in the wind to see which way it is blowing and if it blows the other direction the next day he will flip flop again. His flip flops make Kerry's seem small in comparison.

Anyone who knows Rubio or hears him speak knows he is a conservative and where he stands on issues.

There is only one principled candidate for the Florida Senate seat and that is Marco Rubio who this site is proud to support 100%.

Florida Senate: Rubio 36%, Crist 34%, Meek 15%
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Florida’s Senate race remains all about Republican-turned-independent Charlie Crist and likely GOP nominee Marco Rubio.

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in Florida finds the two candidates neck-and-neck again this month, with Rubio earning 36% support and Crist, the state’s current Republican governor, capturing 34% of the vote. Prospective Democratic candidate Kendrick Meek remains a distant third, picking up 15%. Fourteen percent (14%) of the state’s voters remain undecided.

A month ago, Rubio, former speaker of the Florida House, and Crist were tied at 37% apiece. Meek, an African-American congressman from the North Miami area, again was at 15%.

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