Category Archives: Florida US Senate

31 Aug

Florida Primary Election Results, Part I

Florida Primary Election Results: U.S. Senate GOP – Primary 5,853 of 5,853 precincts – 100 percent x-Marco Rubio (i) 1,028,282 – 72 percent Carlos Beruff 264,122 – 18 percent Dwight Young 90,921 – 6 percent Ernie Rivera 45,069 – 3 percent U.S. Senate Dem – Primary 5,853 of 5,853 precincts – 100 percent x-Patrick Murphy […]

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05 Aug

U.S. Senate Candidate “Rocky” Roque De La Fuente

US Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia’s death has left an opening on the Supreme Court. Should President Obama’s nominee get a Senate hearing, or do you favor leaving that selection to the next President? Explain your position. The United State Senate should hold confirmation hearings for President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee. However, partisan politics […]

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05 Aug

Meet The Candidate: Rocky De La Fuente

Rocky De La Fuente Age: 61 Hometown: San Diego Party affiliation: Democrat 1) Why are you running for U.S. Senate? I am running for U.S. Senate for several reasons. First: I love my country. It has provided me with immeasurable opportunities and I want to give something back. Second: I have been living in the […]

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05 Aug

De La Fuente Continues to Surge in US Senate Race

The Lakeland Area Chamber of Commerce held its Political Hob Nob event in the Florida Air Museum at the SUN ‘n FUN Expo Campus in Lakeland, Florida, last night. The event attracted 292 people and more than 25 candidates competing for a variety of offices. It’s traditional straw poll added some excitement and surprises to […]

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15 Jul

US Senate Candidate De La Fuente to Attend

The Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus will be hosting a Candidate Forum at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church on Saturday, July 16th, 2016. The forum will begin at 11:15 AM with candidates for the Hillsborough County School Board District 5 and conclude at 4:30 PM with candidates for the Florida State House of Representatives District 63. […]

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