AEHQ: A Jolly Republican Win In Florida, Sinking The Competition [VIDEO]

(AP Photo/The Tampa Bay Times, Chris Zuppa)

 

(AP Photo/The Tampa Bay Times, Chris Zuppa)
(AP Photo/The Tampa Bay Times, Chris Zuppa)

Following months of harsh partisan attacks ads costing both sides millions of dollars, Republicans hold on to a U.S. House seat from Florida in a special election replace a deceased Congressman.

Fox News Radio's Eben Brown in Miami reports from America's Election Headquarters:

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A Republican in Pinellas County, Florida keeps a U.S. House seat in his party-- with star-studded help:

Barker: "Congressman David Jolly... Come on down! ((cheers / music))

Jolly wins the vacant seat held by the late Bill Young. He promises to reach across aisles:

Jolly: "It does not mean resigning our fundamental belief in the constitution and individual liberty."

But Democrats might look at the loss of candidate Alex Sink as a November forecast.

(AP Photo/The Tampa Bay Times, Dirk Shadd)
(AP Photo/The Tampa Bay Times, Dirk Shadd)

Sink: "They were not the results that any of us wanted. It's um, disappointing."

The district voted for President Obama-- and Sink herself in her run for Governor four years ago.

In Miami, Eben Brown, FOX News Radio.

Watch a VIDEO below of FL Congressman-elect David Jolly speaking to FOX's Megyn Kelly after his win: