Florida is a must-win state for Donald Trump if he has any chance of defeating Hillary Clinton on Election Day.Barack Obama took Florida twice in 2008 and 2012, burying Republican chances. Moreover, the state’s importance has grown, with three more electoral votes added since the 2010 census to 29, more than 10% of the total needed for victory. There simply is no swing state more pivotal.
Well, early voting results are in for the Sunshine State — and the GOP nominee is the winner
Trump leads Clinton:
Trump 51 (+16)
Clinton 35 —
Trump was the first Republican candidate EVER to lead in early voting in Florida, and he has confirmed this lead with a victory.
Such a result “bodes very well” for the billionaire first-time candidate, according to FoxNews analyst Michael Barone.
Despite Clinton outspending Trump 5-to-1 in the state, and having a staggering 57 state offices there according to the NYTimes, Hillary has lost in Florida and is losing in Ohio:
Among Those Who Plan Voting On Election Day:
Trump 49 (+8)
Trump 51 (+16)
— Political Polls (@PpollingNumbers) November 6, 2016
Donald Trump is leading Hillary Clinton by 16 points in Florida
Well duh, insult Hispanics by calling outreach to them “taco bowls,” enrage young Bernie supporters by rigging the primary, and angering Whites by denouncing police as racist and calling for open borders, and you get what you deserve.
Things are certainly looking up for Trump.
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