Florida governor race: why bitter contest is heating up ahead of debate

Trumbull, Mark
October 2014
Christian Science Monitor;10/10/2014, pN.PAG
The nation's marquee race for governor has already been long and nasty, and now the Florida campaign is entering a final phase that includes televised debates and new efforts to cast doubt on the candidates.


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