Reporters from Politico are among the media mob in Boca Raton, where President Obama and Mitt Romney will meet for the last debate tonight at Lynn University, and what they have detected is a pronounced Republican swagger.
Why is the GOP so confident of its chances in the nation's largest swing state? Polling, mostly, among other persuasive reasons, plus the great gift of our state economy remaining in the tank. But the Democrats are not wholly despondent, writes Politico:
The state is investigating a Virginia-based company for possible voter registration fraud in Florida.
Strategic Allied Consulting was hired by the Republican Party of Florida to register voters ahead of the November election.
The Florida Division of Elections is concerned about a series of suspicious registration forms submitted by Strategic Allied.
Even as events were cancelled because of the weather, Florida’s delegates to the Republican National Convention managed to stay busy Monday.
The Florida delegation started the party Sunday night with a convention kickoff at Tropicana Field. Then, buses brought them back to their hotel for another reception.
Steve Zieman from Gulf Breeze in the Panhandle drank a beer and smiled after getting an update on Isaac. He almost didn’t make it.
“I had to decide whether or not the storm was really going to go on that course,” Zieman said. “But I wanted to support America.”