Florida.Potential 2008 presidential candidates crisscrossed criss·cross
v. criss·crossed, criss·cross·ing, criss·cross·es
1. To mark with crossing lines.
2. each other in South Florida in February. Senator Hillary Clinton visited Miami Beach to decry de·cry
tr.v. de·cried, de·cry·ing, de·cries
1. To condemn openly.
2. To depreciate (currency, for example) by official proclamation or by rumor. global warming and gas prices, while John McCain discussed immigration policy at a town hall meeting in Miami. President Bush attended a fundraiser in Orlando and raised $3 million for the Republican Party of Florida The Republican Party of Florida is the official organization for Republicans in the state of Florida. History
Florida politics was largely dominated by the Democrats until Richard Nixon's Southern Strategy, which took advantage of white objections to the advances of the on February 17. In late January, the St. Petersburg Times
The St. Petersburg Times is a daily newspaper based in St. Petersburg, Florida, that serves the larger Tampa Bay area. reported that Republican gubernatorial candidate and Florida Cabinet member Tom Gallagher voted to approve a natural gas pipeline for a company that he had traded over $1 million in stock before and after the vote.
Justin Sayfie, www.sayfiereport.com