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Creen probable que la líder Demócrata en Miami Dade abandone las aspiraciones a la presidencia del Partido a nivel estatal

Enviado por en diciembre 14, 2012 – 21:39 pm

(NAKED POLITICS)-Fresh off the president’s big win, Florida Democrats are starting to tear each other up over who will lead the state party. In one camp: Allison Tant, a Tallahassee fundraiser for President Obama who was urged to run by Florida Sen. Bill Nelson and Broward Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the Democratic National Committee Chairwoman. On the other side: Alan Clendenin, a Hillsborough County retiree, and Annette Taddeo-Goldstein (foto), a Miami-Dade business woman recently elected to chair the county party. Some insiders expect Taddeo-Goldstein to drop out of the state chair race soon, but she couldn’t be reached for comment on the speculation. The backers of Taddeo-Goldstein and Clendenin deeply resent the involvement of party leaders in the race. (MAS… en NAKED POLITICS, un sitio elaborado por periodistas de THE MIAMI HERALD)