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In Fla. Senate race, Crist's fortunes fall with end of oil spill

The worst thing that could have happened to Florida Gov. Charlie Crist's Senate bid was for BP PLC to plug its gushing oil well. First there was BP's successful "static kill" in early August. Then President Obama took a swim with his daughter Sasha in Gulf of Mexico waters off Panama City Beach to prove that the Gulf was not poisonous. Since then, media interest in the summer-long emergency began to wane -- and with it, Crist's poll numbers.

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LCV takes aim at state-level 'Dirty Dozen'

New York state Sen. Bill Stachowski (D) on Tuesday became the first member of the League of Conservation Voters' newly created state-level "Dirty Dozen" to lose a re-election bid. The LCV has run a national "Dirty Dozen" list for several years, targeting members of Congress at election time for their anti-environmental views and voting record. But this is the first time the national group has gone after politicians at the state level.



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