Yes, there still is a Florida Republican U.S. Senate primary.
But what once was expected to be an expensive, competitive contest Aug. 14 has instead been pared down to a long shot former congressman vs. someone so sure he'll win that he isn't even really running.
Rep. Connie Mack IV, the far-and-away frontrunner, is saving his dollars and criticism for incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson.
But Mack's chief GOP rival, former congressman Dave Weldon, insists the primary isn't quite settled.
"I'm definitely picking up endorsements, and we're getting more and more volunteers and Web hits every day," Weldon told the Herald/Times. "Can we make up what we need ... ? I don't know, but it's exciting."
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