Florida Gubernatorial Race 2006 Analysis

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March 10, 2013







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However, the results of gubernatorial races are also important political indicators and deserve just as much attention. I must admit that the results of the elections influenced my decision over which of my assigned topics to choose, because I wanted something that went against the grain. The victory of Republican Charlie Crist over Democrat Jim Davis in this year’s gubernatorial race in Florida intrigued me because it was something different, a GOP victory in a year when most Republicans suffered defeat...
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Early in the race Crist was shown as the clear favorite, but as it got closer to Election Day, and especially after the two televised debates that occurred in October, polls showed that Davis was catching up to Crist and tightening the race (Fechter 2006). In the end, however, Crist won 52%-45%, which represents a difference of over 300,000 votes (Cable News Network 2006)...
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