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Crist succumbs to Rubio in U.S. Senate race

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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/02/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor Charlie Crist concedes the race for Florida's open United States Senate seat to Republican candidate Marco Rubio. Governor Crist was beaten by Rubio by a wide margin, but publicly remained positive that he could pull off a victory until the end. [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]

SP_330139_FOUN_SENRACE_ EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times (11/02/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor Charlie Crist concedes the race for Florida's open United States Senate seat to Republican candidate Marco Rubio. Governor Crist was beaten by Rubio by a wide margin, but publicly remained positive that he could pull off a victory until the end. [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]

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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/02/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor Charlie Crist hugs supporters after he conceded the race for Florida's open United States Senate seat to Republican candidate Marco Rubio. Governor Crist was beaten by Rubio by a wide margin, but publicly remained positive that he could pull off a victory until the end. [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/02/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor Charlie Crist concedes the race for Florida's open United States Senate seat to Republican candidate Marco Rubio. Governor Crist was beaten by Rubio by a wide margin, but publicly remained positive that he could pull off a victory until the end. [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/02/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor Charlie Crist concedes the race for Florida's open United States Senate seat to Republican candidate Marco Rubio. Governor Crist was beaten by Rubio by a wide margin, but publicly remained positive that he could pull off a victory until the end. [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/02/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor Charlie Crist concedes the race for Florida's open United States Senate seat to Republican candidate Marco Rubio. Governor Crist was beaten by Rubio by a wide margin, but publicly remained positive that he could pull off a victory until the end. [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/01/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist hug a supporter after voting at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg on Tuesday morning. Today voters will decide if he will become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/02/2010 St. Petersburg) L-R: Florida First Lady Carole Rome, Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist and campaign staffer Michelle Todd, 29, campaigned at the corner of 4th Street North and 22nd Avenue North after voting at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg on Tuesday morning. Today voters will decide if he will become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
  • L-R: Florida First Lady Carole Rome, Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist and campaign volunteer Kathryn Leebrick campaigned at the corner of 4th Street North and 22nd Avenue North after voting at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg on Tuesday morning. Crist lost his bid to become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/02/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist campaigned at the corner of 4th Street North and 22nd Avenue North after voting at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg on Tuesday morning. Today voters will decide if he will become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/01/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist waves to early morning travelers at the intersection of 4th st & 22nd N.  in St. Petersburg on Tuesday morning. Today voters will decide if he will become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/01/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist hugs campaign staffer Michelle Todd, 29, of Tampa, before voting at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg on Tuesday morning. Today voters will decide if he will become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/01/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist leads his wife Carole Rome to a waiting FDLE vehicle on his way to vote at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg on Tuesday morning. Today voters will decide if he will become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/01/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist waves at supporters before voting at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg on Tuesday morning. Today voters will decide if he will become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/02/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist campaigned on a public bus which stopped at the corner of 4th Street North and 22nd Ave North in St. Petersburg on Tuesday afternoon in a final push to attract voters before the polls closed. Today voters will decide if he will become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/02/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist campaigned at the corner of 4th Street North and 22nd Ave North in St. Petersburg on Tuesday afternoon. Today voters will decide if he will become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/02/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist campaigned at the corner of 4th Street North and 22nd Ave North in St. Petersburg on Tuesday afternoon. Today voters will decide if he will become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/02/2010 St. Petersburg) A man shouts to Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist that he just voted for him as he campaigns at the corner of 66th Street North and Tyrone Boulevard in St. Petersburg on Tuesday afternoon. Voters decide today if he will become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/02/2010 St. Petersburg) Pinellas County school children wave at Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist as he campaigns at the corner of 66th Street North and Tyrone Boulevard in St. Petersburg on Tuesday afternoon. Today voters will decide if he will become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/02/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist campaigned at the corner of 4th Street North and 22nd Avenue North after voting at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg on Tuesday morning. Today voters will decide if he will become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/02/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida First Lady Carole Rome and Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist campaigned at the corner of 4th Street North and 22nd Avenue North after voting at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg on Tuesday morning. Today voters will decide if he will become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/01/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist shakes hands with a man who opened the door for him after he voted at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg on Tuesday morning. Today voters will decide if he will become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]
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EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN | Times 
(11/02/2010 St. Petersburg) Florida Governor and independent United States Senate candidate Charlie Crist campaigned at the corner of 4th Street North and 22nd Avenue North after voting at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg on Tuesday morning. Today voters will decide if he will become Florida's next senator.    [EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN, Times]

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