According to Obama McCain Florida Polls conducted in the month of July, Senator Barack Obama showed lead over Senator John McCain in most of polls; only in one poll, McCain registered lead over Obama.
Here’s what the “McCain Obama Florida Polls” in the month of July show –
War Room Logistics’ Obama McCain Florida Poll, conducted on 7-8 July, showed Obama leading McCain by 2.7% points – 47.2% to 44.5% among the registered voters of Florida.
Sen. Barack Obama leads his Republican rival, Sen. John McCain, says a recent poll conducted by Quinnipiac University.
Quinnipiac University Poll, conducted from July 23 to July 29, showed Barack Obama leading John McCain by 2 percent points – 46 percent to 44 percent among the registerted voters in the Sunshine States, Florida.
The 17-year-old son of Hulk Hogan, Nick Bollea, who was sentenced to 8 months in jail after pleading no contest to a charge of reckless driving involving serious bodily injury, recently gained the media spotlight, when Stephanie Ragusa, a Hillsborough County teacher charged with having sex with some of her underage students, sent a letter to Nick Bollea.
It is expected that the ongoing feud between Sen. Hillary Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama will be settled amicably today by a Democratic panel that will decide how to seat the delegations of Florida and Michigan.
The states of Iowa and Vermont provide the best child health care facilities, but Oklahoma and Florida are the worst – says the survey released today by an independent healthcare research foundation.
Some of the Florida Democrats have reportedly filed a lawsuit in Florida to force the Democratic National Committee to seat the Florida delegates in the August Democratic Convention in Denver, Colorado.
The historic legislation guaranteeing insurance coverage for autism therapy for very young children was signed Tuesday by the Florida Governor Charlie Crist. According to the legislation, the insurance coverage is limited to 36-thousand dollars a year with a 200-thousand dollar maximum benefit.
Sen. Hillary Clinton has been persistently claiming that she leads Sen. Barack Obama, if the disqualified Florida and Michigan delegates are counted, but her claim sounds to be incorrect now. Certainly, Florida and Michigan alone can't save Clinton now.
Syniverse Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: SVR) stock was among majors gainers on Wednesday. The stock touched an intraday high of $21.34 after opening at $18.95. The company declared excellent results and issued a positive guidance for future. The stock closed at $21.09, registering a gain of 26.5% compared to previous close. At current market price, the stock is at a P/E multiple of 27.
Miami: Ashley Alexandra Dupre, the call girl in the Emperors Club VIP prostitution ring that banged and demolished the New York's former governor Elliot Spitzer, had agreed to be filmed in 2003, revealed the video released Tuesday by founder of "Girls Gone Wild" – Joe Francis.
The well known Floridian American actor, film producer, and martial artist, Wesley Snipes was sentenced to 3 years in prison for willfully failing to file tax returns by federal judge on Thursday. Judge William Terrell Hodges of Federal District Court pronounced the sentence to Snipes, who was convicted in February.
It was show of sheer animalism by the six teenagers who recorded their beating action and planned to post it on popular video sharing websites. Sixteen-year-old Victoria Lindsay was reportedly attacked, pounded, pummeled, and beaten in the most animalistic way by six other teens, who videotaped the whole incident on 30 March and threatened to post the video on the two top visited sites.
Orlando: It was the first major success for the new covert screening techniques, which involve plainclothes officers mingling with travelers, of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officials when they nabbed Kevin Brown, who was carrying pipe bomb-making materials onto a flight home.
Boca Raton, Florida: She was called "Sunshine" because of her blonde hair and smile; She was lively and well-liked captain of her varsity cheerleading team at West Boca High School; She was hoping to study medicine at the University of Florida, but unfortunately she’s no more in this world. Yes, Stephanie Kuleba, a South Florida teenager, who had plans to be a doctor died after corrective breast surgery on Saturday.
Washington: The issue of Florida delegates stays unresolved, as the Florida Democrats yesterday rejected the plan of re-conducting the primary election to settle the dispute over seating their delegates to the national convention in Denver.