Good morning y'all.
It was four weeks ago today that Florida Republicans went to the polls and gave Mitt Romney a smashing victory over Newt Gingrich, but in tonight's main event in Michigan, it's Rick Santorum trying to tag a major loss onto Romney, with the polls showing the race to close to call from the Motor State. But regardless of who wins, Republicans nationally don't appear to be in love with either of their major candidates.
Bill Young has owned his Congressional seat in Pinellas County for over four decades, beating back Democrats of all stripes. Now a relative newcomer to local politics has announced she will challenge the 80-year-old Republican.
Anti-Sharia law legislation is moving its way through committees in Tallahassee, but hundreds of activists who dislike the bill will be speaking up at the state capitol today (link to come).
And nobody's talking about Ron Paul today, but if there's another debate, his strange alliance with Mitt Romney will no doubt resurface as an issue of some sort.