30.08.2012 [Politico] - 'The convention is about the future of our country.' | M.Scott Mahaskey/POLITICO. Close. By MANU RAJU | 8/30/12 9:11 AM EDT. TAMPA, Fla. — MarcoRubio is hard to miss this week. He's been virtually everywhere, and that's the way Mitt Romney wants it.
04.09.2012 [Christian Science Monitor] - Is Julian Castro the Democrats' MarcoRubio? (+video). Julian Castro, the keynote speaker at the Democratic convention, is a young Hispanic politician on the rise, like Sen. MarcoRubio. But in some ways, he has more in common with Barack Obama.
11.09.2012 [Multichannel News] - MarcoRubio (R-Fla.) that Internet freedom is vital for innovators and speakers and a "day 1 priority of mine." Rubio had tweeted the following: "What is FCC doing to help preserve Internet freedom at #WCIT? Must oppose Internet regulation and
12.09.2012 [MiamiHerald.com (blog) (registration)] - MarcoRubio "deeply saddened" by the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens, staffers in Libya. From a press release: U.S. Senator MarcoRubio (R-FL), a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and Select Committee on Intelligence, issued the
29.08.2012 [MiamiHerald.com (blog)] - MarcoRubio joined Jon Stewart in Tampa on The Daily Show. Laced with humor and all-too short, the back-and-forth showed why Stewart is one of the best interviewers in the business and why Rubio is probably his party's best standard bearer. The two
29.08.2012 [MiamiHerald.com (blog)] - MarcoRubio had been picked as Mitt Romney's vice presidential candidate, only to have the story break about Rep. David Rivera's potential involvement in a campaign that is facing a federal grand jury investigation. It probably wasn't tough to forsee
29.08.2012 [MiamiHerald.com (blog)] - Rubio previews his speech: America's choice. U.S. Sen. MarcoRubio took some time out Wednesday to talk to reporters after he did a brief walk-through of his speech scheduled for the final night of the convention to introduce Republican Mitt Romney.
29.08.2012 [NBCNews.com] - Rubio: Romney is 'the real deal on a personal level'. Sen. MarcoRubio, R-Fla., says he looks forward to America getting to know Mitt Romney on a more personal level during the Republican National Convention. NBC's Brian Williams reports. Share This:
13.09.2012 [La Prensa Gráfica] - Julián Castro y MarcoRubio fueron reconocidos con puestos de honor (y conveniencia) en las convenciones Demócrata y Republicana, por representar a la nueva generación de una fuerza hispana de 52 millones de habitantes, que cada año gana mayor
12.09.2012 [Businessweek] - Republican Senator MarcoRubio of Florida and Democratic Governor Deval Patrick of Massachusetts gave two of the fieriest speeches at their parties' nominating conventions. Rubio accused President Barack Obama of pushing “ideas that people come to
12.09.2012 [Sun-Sentinel (blog)] - U.S. Senator MarcoRubio of Florida warned on Wednesday that Libya may be headed down a violent path, and South Florida Congressman Allen West said the Arab Spring revolutionary movement has led to a “nightmare of Islamism.” Both Floridians
12.09.2012 [Huffington Post] - Paul Ryan, right, along with Ann Romney, wife of U.S. Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, left, applaud during Florida Senator MarcoRubio's speech at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., on Thursday, Aug. 30, 2012.
31.08.2012 [The Associated Press] - MarcoRubio of Florida says Mitt Romney knows what makes America exceptional. Rubio told the GOP convention Thursday night that Romney understands prosperity doesn't happen because the government spends more money, that it happens because
05.09.2012 [Miami New Times (blog)] - So, just in case Mitt Romney fails to deliver, Public Policy Polling decided to jump way ahead of things and conducted a poll asking Republican voters who they'd like to see as their candidate in 2016. Surprisingly, two politicians from Florida took
05.09.2012 [NBC Latino] - MarcoRubio of Florida and Mayor Julian Castro of San Antonio, stand as opposites in a cultural and political split that has divided millions of U.S. Latinos for decades. Republicans chose Rubio, who is Cuban-American, to introduce Mitt Romney at the
12.09.2012 [Foreign Policy (blog)] - John McCain and MarcoRubio, with open arms. In May 2011, while NATO forces were still battling Qaddafi loyalists in Misrata and elsewhere, the New York Times crooned that "Americans and, for that matter, all Westerners are treated hereabouts with a
30.08.2012 [PolitiFact] - MarcoRubio, R-Fla., has the critical role of introducing Mitt Romney at the Republican National Convention in Tampa on Aug. 30. A former state legislator from West Miami elected to the U.S. Senate in 2010, Rubio's star has quickly soared as a young
28.08.2012 [Democracy Now] - Florida Senator MarcoRubio is known as one of the Republican Party's rising Latino stars. The 41-year-old tea party favorite was a former top pick to be Mitt Romney's vice-presidential running mate in this year's election. Now he is slated to deliver
31.08.2012 [Miami New Times (blog)] - In fact, Rice joins U.S. Senator MarcoRubio on the list of prominent Uncle Toms shucking and jiving the great "American" values of the Republican Party. They get to play the role of token minority GOP celebs in exchange for a spot on the national
31.08.2012 [KQED] - Transcript: Florida Sen. MarcoRubio's Convention Speech. August 30, 2012 — 7:23 PM. Transcript of Florida Sen. MarcoRubio's speech as prepared for delivery at the Republican National Convention: In 1980, I watched my first Republican convention with
31.08.2012 [Daily Caller] - MarcoRubio took to the podium Thursday night at the Republican National Convention to address the importance of the 2012 presidential election and introduce Republican nominee Mitt Romney. But he accidentally drank from surprise guest speaker Clint
31.08.2012 [Golf.com (blog)] - MarcoRubio, the Florida senator who introduced Mitt Romney on Thursday night at the Republican National Convention, took a shot at the President's golf hobby during his speech. "Our problem with President Obama isn't that he's a bad person," Rubio said.