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Topic - Bill Mccollum
The road to reconciliation commenced even before the balloons and confetti were swept away at Rick Scott's victory party.
Billionaire Rick Scott rocked Florida's political establishment, overcoming state Attorney General Bill McCollum in the Republican primary for governor, as another GOP insider was ousted by an insurgent challenger for a spot on the November ballot.
Tuesday marks the final major test of "tea party" power in the primaries, as challengers try to capitalize on anti-incumbent sentiment in Alaska, Arizona and Florida, and incumbents hope to avoid becoming the latest victims in what's been a rough year for officeholders.
Money isn't buying much love on the campaign trail these days in Florida.
Florida's gubernatorial race continues to surprise, as a new poll shows state Attorney General Bill McCollum - whose campaign had slumped for months - with a slim lead for the Republican nomination over former front-runner and millionaire Rick Scott.
Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum claims he favors free speech. Apparently, he means scot-free.
The dirt specifically dirty diapers is flying in Florida's race for governor.
This may be the year for conservatives to fight the "establishment," but that certainly doesn't mean that every right-leaning newcomer is preferable to long-standing conservatives. Conservative leaders make a big mistake if they don't rally around just such a stalwart, the ever-reliable Bill McCollum, in his race for governor of Florida.
A criminal-defense attorney for ousted Florida GOP Chairman Jim Greer Monday promised to call to the stand some of the most powerful men in Florida politics - Gov. Charlie Crist, Attorney General Bill McCollum and state Republican chief John Thrasher.
"This ruling confirms the significance of this lawsuit in protecting against the federal health care act's intrusions on individual liberty and limited government," said Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum, a former congressman who filed the constitutional challenge.
Trying to stave off a challenge from "tea-party"-backed candidate Rick Scott, Attorney General Bill McCollum said he would pursue his own version of Arizona's law if he won the governorship.