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A Way to Empower Small Donors
Submitted by Monica Rober on Wed, 06/23/2010 - 3:57pm.
The executive director of Progress Florida and the campaign manager for the Fair Elections campaign teamed up in a letter to the editor in the St. Petersburg Times urging Congress to empower small donors through the Fair Elections Now Act.
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Space Coast Progressive Alliance Speaks Out
Submitted by Monica Rober on Wed, 04/08/2009 - 9:38am.
Fred Markham, of the Space Coast Progressive Alliance in Florida, discusses an article in the Orlando Sentinel that investigates a "culture of corruption" at the Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority.
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Florida Public Financing Under Fire
Submitted by Monica Rober on Thu, 01/15/2009 - 4:00pm.
Florida may be known as the “sunshine state”, but right now things are not looking sunny for the state’s partial public financing system. Florida State Senator Mike Haridopolos (R-Merritt Island) recently introduced legislation that would eliminate the Election Campaign Financing Act.
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Senatorial Pardon
Submitted by Katie Schlieper on Wed, 04/30/2008 - 2:21pm.
According to a recent article in the Tallahassee Democrat, it looks like Florida's system of partial public financing for Governor and state Cabinet races isn't going to get the ax this year, and that's good news for those looking to bring full public financing of campaigns to the state, and expand it to cover more offices.
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Will of the People
Submitted by Katie Schlieper on Mon, 04/07/2008 - 3:33pm.
The Tallahassee Democrat covers the Florida's legislature's "undo the amendment" spree which has them overturning voter-approved laws, like the partial public financing program for statewide offices, that enjoyed high levels of public support.
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Submitted by Katie Schlieper on Thu, 04/03/2008 - 10:22am.
Well, heck. Their scheme to dismantle the whole of Florida's partial public financing program for statewide races hasn't panned out, but Republicans in Florida's House can still say they forced a cut in funding for the program. Wrong way guys!
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