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- State land sale garners more than $15 million for conservation purchases
- AP poll: FSU still atop Top 25; Texas A&M up 12 spots to No. 9
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- Hernando Sheriff Al Nienhuis endorses Blaise Ingoglia for HD 35
CNN poll: Obama leads in swing states
A new USA Today/Gallup poll finds President Obama holds a small advantage over Mitt Romney, 47% to 45%, in 12 key states. It’s the same margin found in a May poll.
When zooming out to include voters from the other states, the gap expands to a four-point margin in favor of Obama, 48% to 44%.
Meanwhile, a new Investors Business Daily/Christian Science Monitor poll shows Obama leading nationally by just one point, 43% to 43%.