Here’s What You Need To About The State Of Florida
Tonight the state of Florida will once again be at the center of the political universe.
Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump are locked into a virtual tie. However, one thing we do know and that is whoever wins the Sunshine State’s 25 electoral votes, is likely be the 45th President of the United States.
For Trump has a nearly impossible chance of winning the presidency should he lose Florida.
Like in 2000 with Bush and Gore, it’s Florida. Both candidates have spent millions of dollars and many hours campaigning in Florida, knowing it is the state that, more than any other, could determine which of them becomes President.
The high number of Hispanic voters in Florida favors Clinton, who does particularly well among this demographic. But Democrats will be concerned by reports of low turnout among the black voters – another element of their core support.
Most people are looking at the Interstate 4 corridor where a large Latino vote could make up for the smaller than 2012 African American’s.
Meanwhile, in Cuban strong hold Miami Dade county the final Bloomberg Politics poll looking at the entire Miami area – not just the single county of Miami-Dade– it found that of the 1.3 million individuals who cast ballots early, 351,000 didn’t vote in 2012 and 57 percent of them were Hispanic.
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