More good news for the future conservative star.
9:31 AM, Jan 26, 2010 • By MATTHEW CONTINETTI
When Marco Rubio challenged popular incumbent governor Charlie Crist for Mel Martinez's U.S. Senate seat, no one thought he had a chance. What these skeptics assumed was that the current state of affairs would persist indefinitely. They ignored electoral dynamism. Events have a way of showing that the future in politics is never a straight-line projection of the present. Take Scott Brown, for example. Or Marco Rubio.
Rubio has been steadily gaining ground on Crist for the past year. And now, according to Quinnipiac University, he's winning:
Watch this race. It's a case study in how quickly political fortunes can change: Rubio's, Crist's--and Barack Obama's.
In other news, Rubio will be speaking at this year's CPAC.
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