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In Florida, when activists, donors, elected officials lobbyists, operatives, reporters, supporters, volunteers -- and most important -- voters talk about a story they read "in the blogs" they are likely talking about SaintPetersBlog, one of Florida's most influential political websites with more than 25,000 unique visitors per day. SaintPetersBlog is recognized by the Washington Post as one of the best blogs in the country and is edited and published by Extensive Enterprises Media. Executive Editor: Peter Schorsch. Contact Peter at or 727.642.3162. Contributors and reporters: Phil Ammann, Mitch Perry, Jim Rosica, Janelle Irwin, Ryan Ray, Bill Rufty, Gary Shelton, and Bob Sparks. Edited by Bill Prescott.

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