Florida and the 2012 Election

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Since the 2000 election, Florida has been a prime battleground state for presidential candidates, and this year is no exception. Sergio  Bustos, political editor at the Miami Herald, joins us to discuss how the candidates are wooing voters in the Sunshine State. We’ll also discuss Senator Bill Nelson’s re-election bid and how one of Florida’s House races has become one of the tightest and most contentious this year.


Sergio Bustos
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Comments [3]

Amy from Manhattan

The speculation/preparation on Fidel Castro's condition reminds me of when Franco was nearing the end in Spain.

Oct. 25 2012 01:36 PM
Enrique Escobar from Elizabeth, N.J.

I read somewhere that the only thing true in the Miami Herald, is the date in their front page. Hahahaha.
Without dying, Fidel Castro has been the most assassinated leader ever.

Oct. 25 2012 01:35 PM
Ken from UWS

What planet is this guy living on to say there are no grounds to say that Romney doesn't want to destroy Medicare? Vouchercare is the end of the federal guarantee, plain and simple.

Oct. 25 2012 01:32 PM

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