Peter A. Brown

Quinnipiac University Polling Institute

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Assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute and online columnist for the Wall Street Journal; former White House correspondent and an editor at the Orlando Sentinel

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The Gallup Poll says the Republicans'  15-point lead  among likely voters nationwide is "unprecedented."

Election Preview around the Country

The Gallup Poll says the Republicans' 15-point lead among likely voters nationwide is "unprecedented."

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As a State Senator, Charlie Crist was so tough on crime he was known as "Chain Gang Charlie."

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As a State Senator, Charlie Crist was so tough on crime he was known as "Chain Gang Charlie."

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