Florida gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist, who left the Republican party after his governorship because he was primaried and defeated by Marco Rubio, has never wanted to admit what his real reason was for leaving the GOP/
In violation of debate rules agreed to by both political campaigns, the ideologically-fluid Charlie Crist had his podium modified with a foreign object in order to keep him more comfortable at the beginning of the Florida gubernatorial debate, causing a delay until both sides could come to a resolution.
The Florida governor's race has tightened in recent weeks, as Democrat Charlie Crist has gained in the polls. And now he's got a secret weapon.
A ballot issue in Florida this November will be "Amendment 2", a measure that would legalize medical marijuana in the state. Crist and his liberal ally, attorney John Morgan, are proponents of the ballot measure, while current GOP governor Rick Scott is against it.
The race between Gov. Scott Walker and Republican-turned-Independent-turned-Democrat Charlie Crist in Florida is a dead heat and the rhetoric has turned rather sharp between the two. With a reported $50 million already spent on TV ads, they're not letting up any time soon.
Is he finished?
Joe Scarborough discusses Charlie Crist's political maneuvering.
Amidst a slumping economy, gas prices near $4, continued uncertainty and aggression in the Middle East and an election around the corner, President Obama decided to release 30 million barrels of oil from our strategic oil reserves.
Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele defended his track record and fended off attacks from four challengers vying for his position in a debate held at the National Press Club on Monday afternoon.
There are a lot great conservative Americans and almost everyone reading this column could quickly and easily run off many of their names.
Other than being the highest-profile Republican victims of Tea Party candidates, what do Lisa Murkowski, Mike Castle, Charlie Crist and Arlen Specter have in common?
After no-name candidate Marco Rubio raised about $300,000 in his first quarter for his primary campaign against Charlie Crist, he announced a cool $1 million pull for his third quarter.