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Intersection: What The Primary Results Mean For Florida’s Democratic And Republican Parties

On Tuesday Andrew Gillum surged to success in Florida’s Democratic gubernatorial primary. While Gillum addressed supporters in Tallahassee, GOP gubernatorial nominee Ron DeSantis celebrated with his base at an election night party in Orlando. We discuss what the victories of Andrew Gillum and Ron DeSantis mean for the Democratic and the Republican parties with Democratic political analyst Jason Henry and Republican political analyst Molly Nardella.
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Intersection: Reporting On Trauma

Covering a mass shooting presents a practical and psychological challenge that can stretch the resources of a newsroom and its reporters. So- after connecting on Facebook last November, the Orlando Sentinel’s senior health reporter Naseem Miller and the San Antonio Express-News’ Immigration Reporter Silvia Foster Frau decided to form a support network.
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Intersection: Primary Day Analyis

It’s primary day in Florida. Candidates are vying for their party’s nomination in the race for the Governor’s mansion. Agriculture commissioner and attorney general are also on the ballot. Political analysts Dick Batchelor and Michelle Ertel join Intersection to discuss the issues and races making headlines.
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Intersection: GOP Agriculture Commissioner Candidates Explain Why They’re Running

Water quality, citrus greening and the impact of tariffs are just some of the issues on the minds of the candidates running to be Florida’s next commissioner of agriculture and consumer services.Two of the Republican candidates running to be their party’s nominee for state agriculture commissioner, Matt Caldwell and Denise Grimsley, spoke to WLRN’s Tom Hudson and the editorial page editors of the Palm Beach Post, the South Florida Sun Sentinel and the Miami Herald about why they’re running. 
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