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    Florida: Early Voting Day 2

    Florida: Early Voting Begins Today

    Let's Go ... Get Busy Floridians
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    Vote Early for Rick Scott

    Florida has a clear choice! RSVP to vote early for Rick Scott for Governor, outsider with a plan to turn Florida's economy around.

    Date Ends October 30 at 5:00pm
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    James Madison Institute urges Floridians to vote ‘No’ on Amendments 5 & 6

    Citing concerns over the “confusing and contradictory standards
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    Record early turn out in voting for South West Florida

    Looking bad for Incumbents / Democrats / RINO's
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    Candidate Comparison for Florida's District 14 Race

    SPECIAL NOTE: Below is a comparison of the candidates running your U.S. House District or for the U.S. Senate seat from your state. Find out who wins and how it impacts immigration by visiting our website http://www.NumbersUSA.com on Election Day. We'll have LIVE STREAMING VIDEO coverage of the election results as they come in!

    Dear activists,

    The grid below shows a comparison of the candidates and their position on a variety of immigration issues. The ratings are based on responses to our immigration-reduction survey, indicated by the "Yes" and "No" icons, or statements made by the candidates themselves, indicated by colored circles.

    The ratings for candidates who did not complete our survey may not represent the candidate's entire position on immigration, but it is what we have been able to determine through their campaign website and news reports. If a candidate on the grid has not completed our immigration-reduction survey, you can download a copy from our website and strongly urge them to complete it -- http://www.numbersusa.com/content/publi ... rveys.html

    NumbersUSA DOES NOT endorse candidates, but we do tell you who has the best immigration platform based on the information we've been able to gather. Candidates labeled as True Reformers have completed our immigration-reduction survey and agree with NumbersUSA on most of our key issues. An incumbent can earn the True Reform label if they have sponsored our "5 Great Immigration-Reduction Bills" and have a career grade of an A.

    NumbersUSA is strictly non-partisan, with no preference for one party, one candidate or another, but our comparison grids indicate which candidates would do the best job in reducing overall immigration numbers.

    Candidates with a Grade Letter above their photo are either incumbents or previously served in Congress.

    You can read full descriptions of each category on the grid by going to our website at: http://www.numbersusa.com/content/elect ... gressional Click on the map to get to the race you are following. When you mouse over the categories on the left of the grid, a full description will pop up.

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