(CNN)"Florida, Florida, Florida," said the late Tim Russert on election night in 2000, a prescient observation on what would become the nation's most important electoral battleground. Two decades and five presidential campaigns later, Florida's status as the perennial swingiest of swing states remains unchallenged, and this year we will once again cast the deciding votes on whether to end or extend the presidency of Donald Trump. Chris King Here's the good news for Trump: Florida likes incumbents. Florida has not voted against an incumbent in 40 years, delivering our electoral votes to the sitting President of both parties for the past four decades straight. Trump is also a Floridian himself...Full Article
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