Outside groups help boost David Jolly to victory

By Michael Beckel

Outside groups spent nearly $5 million aiding Republican in Florida's heated House race.

Excerpts from this story referencing "Bill Young":

"… ction was held to fill the vacancy created by the death of Republican Rep. Bill Young, who died in October. Barack Obama carried Florida's 13th Congressional D …"

Outside groups dwarf candidate spending in Florida special election

By Michael Beckel

Less than one-third of money pumped into House contest is controlled by Sink or Jolly.

Excerpts from this story referencing "Karl Rove":

"… n super PAC American Crossroads, which was co-founded by party strategists Karl Rove and Ed Gillespie, spending about $470,000. All the while, Democratic-alig …"

American Crossroads revs up attacks on Dems

By Michael Beckel

Karl Rove's deep-pocketed group kicks into action after largely dormant 2013.

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"… did transfer $53,000 to another super PAC that backed Republican Gabriel Gomez during a special U.S. Senate election in Massachusetts. Heading into 2014 …"

C.W. Bill Young — Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense

By Caitlin Ginley

C.W. Bill Young is the most senior Republican serving in the U.S. House and a fixture in Florida politics. First elected in 1970, he represe

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"… be the price paid for the failure to rein in spending,” Young wrote …"

Ethics investigation continues for two 'Murtha Method' Congressmen

By Nick Schwellenbach

The House ethics committee has announced it is extending a review of two Congressmen that were among the subjects of "The Murtha Method," an

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"… ommittee — including Murtha, Jim Moran (D-Va.), Norm Dicks (D-Wash.) and Bill Young (R-Fla.), all of whom were mentioned in the Center’s examination. …"