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originally posted by: jrod
a reply to: In4ormant
My guess is the reason he does not release his tax returns because he collects social security and someone will provides information showing that is something else he is hiding and does not want the American people to know about.
Millionaires and self proclaimed billions should not be allowed to collect social security.
originally posted by: jellyrev
He'll win florida by 11.
You heard it here, just by looking at early votes
originally posted by: Indigo5
Clinton is going all-in in North Carolina.
Florida’s population has exploded in the past 60 years and its electoral importance has grown with it, from eight electoral votes at the end of World War II to 29 today, fourth most in the country. Influxes of Cubans, retirees, service workers to the theme park economy booming near Orlando and other groups have resulted in a state much more diversified – both economically and politically – than many of its southern brethren. As a result, although still leaning slightly Republican, Florida is today seen as perhaps the ultimate battleground state, its population a microcosm of the country as a whole. This reputation was enhanced by the closeness of the 2000 election, where it took a month of legal wrangling to decide the winner. In 2012, Florida was the only state decided by less than 1%, with Barack Obama besting Mitt Romney 50.0% to 49.1%.
originally posted by: worldstarcountry
a reply to: Indigo5
umm no. Florida is the deciding factor in [url=http://www.270towin.com/states/Florida]nearly all Presidential elections.