MIAMI (CBSMiami) – After more than a week of GOP rallies across state along negative campaign ads on the radio and television, Florida’s Primary has finally arrived.
Republican voters across the state will cast their ballots Tuesday to see who will get the state’s 50 delegates for the GOP presidential nomination.
In the latest Rasmussen telephone poll, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney (44 percent) was up by 16 points over his closest rival – former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (28 percent). Rick Santorum and Ron Paul, who have not been in Florida for several days, rounded out the field.
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On Tuesday, Gingrich is scheduled to make four separate campaign stops in and around the Orlando area. Romney, who is in Tampa, has only one scheduled appearance.
On Monday at The Villages, a sprawling retirement community outside of Orlando, Romney said it’s time for…
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