(This column authored by Chris Ingram, originally appeared on FrontPage Florida, Jan. 30, 2007.)
Having had the national spotlight leading up to its elections last night, the Florida Presidential Preference Primary (and state property tax amendment) made some real winners, and confirmed a few losers.
Florida in general was of course a big winner having moved its Primary Election date up several weeks to January 29th giving the state and at least its Republican voters well-deserved national attention. The sunshine state can also be pleased in that there weren’t any major voting problems here in this state which has previously been known for serious cases of Electile Disfunction (both in who we elect and how we conduct elections). Continue reading “Lessons Learned from Florida”