Florida Governor Candidates
Candidates for Governor of Florida Election Race 2012
State Primary: August 14, 2012
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Mike McCalister (R)
Bill McCullum for Governor:
Bill proved to be strong on the moral issues while in Congress. Received the Pro Life Endorsement from Florida right to life.
Bill McCollum has the focus of creating Jobs and Strengthening Florida's Economy: With double digit unemployment and falling property values, the time for action is now. Bill McCollum has a comprehensive plan, Real Solutions, New Jobs: A Roadmap to Florida's Future, that will create jobs and get Florida's economy back on track. This Roadmap, developed in partnership with Steve Forbes.
Bill has severed as Attorney General and Congressman, McCollum ran before as US Senate candidate
Rick Scott Republican Rick Scott on the Issues. He and his wife Ann are high school sweethearts and have been married for 37 years. Together they have raised two daughters, Jordan and Allison. Rick knows that strong families are fundamental to a strong America and he will fight to preserve traditional marriage and protect society's most vulnerable the unborn and elderly:
Rick believes in the sanctity of human life.
Rick is pro-life. He is opposed to abortion and believes that Roe v. Wade should be overturned., but did not apply this at Columbia Hospital.
Rick believes that marriage should be between one man and one woman.
Rick believes that we should appoint commonsense judges to protect our rights, our laws, and religious liberties by enforcing the law. CEO of hospital chain that allows abortions to be performed.
Brian Moore Democrat
Florida Gubernatorial Candidates for Election Race
Brian Moore makes interesting comments about election race for Governor:
I. Call for an immediate and unconditional withdrawal of American military and corporations from Iraq and Afghanistan.
II. Calls for War Crime Commissions, congressional investigation on Bush Administration/Congressional violations (i.e. going to war, atrocities, civilian deaths, loss of prisoner rights, rendition, torture, etc.
III. Repeal of Patriot Acts I & II and all executive orders and military tribunal acts, FISA, etc. adversely affecting freedoms and rights of American citizens.
IV. Demand Obama Administration's adherence to International law, Geneva Conventions; require Civilian trials, elimination of torture, rendition, and prolonged imprisonment of war prisoners.
V. Advocates a National Health System
VI. Opposes Bailout of Financial Institutions except through the establishment of an Independent Financial Commission Made Up of citizens, economists and accountants who will work through cooperatives, credit unions and state-run banks.
VII. Opposes Stimulus Bill unless all financial and private corporations are nationalized and controlled by workers; then, entire economic system can be radically reformed, in place of piecemeal stimulus packages.
VIII. Elimination of worldwide poverty through transition from capitalism to socialism.
Brian Moore is a Democrat with some common sense.
Alex Sink - Lady Democrat Oriental Background
Alex grew up on a farm in Mt. Airy, North Carolina, and earned a degree in mathematics from Wake Forest University. She resides in Thonotosassa with her husband, Bill McBride. Alex has a different last name than her husband. After a successful 26 year career in business, Alex Sink looked at state government and was troubled by what she saw: A system filled with career politicians and entrenched special interests. A system dominated by politics-as-usual, but woefully lacking in accountability, common sense, or real solutions for Florida.
So in 2006, never having sought elected office before, Alex ran for CFO.
In the words of the Daytona Beach News-Journal, Alex offered Floridians something new and different: "Unmatched business experience and forward-looking plans." Or, as the Bradenton Herald put it: "There’s no need to pick a politician when there is a professional like Alex Sink standing in the wings."
Nearly every major newspaper in Florida endorsed Alex’s candidacy for CFO, praising Alex’s "impressive qualifications," noting "she has the perspectives of a businesswoman," and extolling her "results-driven demeanor and results-defining career."
John Wayne Smith - Libertarian Candidate
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John Wanye Smith
served in the U.S. Army from 1965 -1967. He has run several successful businesses. A former candidate for Governor as and NPA, vice president with the Boston Tea Party and many other runs for office under his belt, Mr. Smith has devoted his life to public service. His tireless efforts led to the deregulation of the transportation industry. He feels that career politicians have infringed on our civil liberties. "The corruptible are drawn to power" says Smith. "This is the reason why we instituted a constitution: to give the individual power, not the government".
Florida Senate Candidates
Independent Florida Governor Charlie Crist and Marco Rubio (R) - Ex-State House Speaker are running a competitive race.
But first Maro Rubio must face other Republican candidates in the August 24 Republican primary election and face the winner of the race for the Democrat primary.
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Florida Gubernatorial 2010 Issue Information
Below lists issue information about gubernatorial candidates in their own words. Additional information can be obtained by clicking the link to their web site.
For information about Florida conservative recommendations for governor, senator, congress, congressional, and FA Florida legislative races. Christian Voting Guide
Florida Congress Candidates 2012
Jim Bryan (D)
Jeff Miller (R)
Calen Fretts (Libertarian)
William "Cleave" Drummond II (Reform)
Al Lawson (D)
Steve Southerland (R)
Floyd Miller (Write-In)
Jacques "J.R." Gaillot Jr. (D)
Ted Yoho (R) - Tea Party Activist
Phil Dodds (Independent)
Michael Ricks (Write-In)
Ken Willey (Write-In) - Tea Party Activist
Ander Crenshaw (R)
Jim Klauder (Independent)
Gary Koniz (Write-In)
Corrine Brown (D)
LeAnne Kolb (R)
Eileen Fleming (Independent)
Bruce Ray Riggs (Write-In) - Tea Party Activist
Heather Beaven (D)
Ron DeSantis (R)
John Mica (R)
Jason Kendall (D)
Fred Marra (Write-In)
Shannon Roberts (D)
Bill Posey (R)
Richard Gillmor (Independent)
Alan Grayson (D)
Todd Long (R)
Mike Nieves (Independent)
Roberto Sanchez (Independent)
Val Demings (D)
Daniel Webster (R)
Naipaul Seegolam (Write-In)
Dave Werder (D)
Rich Nugent (R)
Jonathan Michael Snow (D)
Gus Bilirakis (R)
Paul Elliott (Independent)
John Russell (Independent)
Jessica Ehrlich (D)
C.W. "Bill" Young (R)
Kathy Castor (D)
E.J. Otero (R)
Bill Kee (Independent)
Dennis Ross (R)
Keith Fitzgerald (D)
Vern Buchanan (R)
Bill Bronson (D)
Tom Rooney (R)
Tom Baumann (Socialist Workers/Write-In)
Patrick Murphy (D)
Allen West (R)
Marilyn Davis Holloman (Write-In)
James Roach (D)
Trey Radel (R)
Brandon Smith (Independent)
Alcee Hastings (D)
Randall Terry (Independent)
Anthony Dutrow (Socialist Workers/Write-In)
Ted Deutch (D)
Cesar Henao (Independent)
W.M. "Mike" Trout (Independent)
Lois Frankel (D)
Adam Hasner (R)
Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D)
Karen Harrington (R)
Ilya Katz (Independent)
Frederica Wilson (D)
Mario Diaz-Balart (R)
Stanley Blumenthal (Independent)
Eddie "VoteForEddie.com" Gonzalez (Independent)
David Rivera (R)
Joe Garcia (D)
Jose Peixoto (Independent)
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R)
Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins (Independent)
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History - Something Every Florida Governor and Congressman Should Know
Florida is a state of the United States. It is located in the Southeastern United States, bordering Alabama to the northwest and Georgia to the north. In 1845 it was the 27th state admitted to the United States. Much of the land mass of the state is a large peninsula with the Gulf of Mexico to the west, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east.
The Florida governor has a large area to govern.
With an area of 65,758 square miles (170,306 km2), it is ranked 22nd in size among the 50 U.S. states. Florida has the most coastline in the Contiguous United States encompassing approximately 1,200 miles. The state has four large urban areas, a number of smaller industrial cities, and many small towns. Keyboard Monitor Calendars,
Florida is nicknamed the "Sunshine State" because of its generally warm climate—subtropical in the northern and central regions of the state, with a true tropical climate in the southern portion.The United States Census Bureau estimates that the state population was 18,537,969 in 2009, ranking Florida as the fourth most populous state in the U.S. Tallahassee is the state capital, Jacksonville is the largest city, and the Miami metropolitan area is the largest metropolitan area.keyboard calendars
With an area of 65,758 square miles (170,306 km2), it is ranked 22nd in size among the 50 U.S. states. Florida has the most coastline in the Contiguous United States encompassing approximately 1,200 miles. The state has four large urban areas, a number of smaller industrial cities, and many small towns.
Florida is nicknamed the "Sunshine State" because of its generally warm climate—subtropical in the northern and central regions of the state, with a true tropical climate in the southern portion.The United States Census Bureau estimates that the state population was 18,537,969 in 2009, ranking Florida as the fourth most populous state in the U.S. Tallahassee is the state capital, Jacksonville is the largest city, and the Miami metropolitan area is the largest metropolitan area.
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Christian Citizens of Georgia - Leading the the way on conservative values.
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Why we should say no to Government Run Health Care
The Democrat health care reform model will instead, limit patient choices, put government between the physician and patient, interfere with patient care decisions and burden Americans with huge long-term cost in the trillions of dollars!
Before we allow one-fifth of our economy to be nationalized, there must be careful consideration and open debate costs, less availability of care and services and the use of quality of life formulas to save money not lives.
Most Americans do not want a Big Brother, distant overseer making life and death decisions about their health. Government run health care may eventually be able to cover most people---but it will be with little care. Bureaucracy by its very nature is not a compassionate body.
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