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As we continue our series on the role the I-4corridor plays in the presidential election, we take a closer look at the biggest county and why it's so important. Published in Central Florida News, I-4 Series, SwingVote16
Right in the middle of the I-4Corridor sits Polk County. It’s rural and conservative and largely Republican. But changing demographics could mean a close election there for President. Published in Central Florida News, I-4 Series, SwingVote16
The road to the White House this election season passes right through Osceola County. A growing Puerto Rican community is changing the face of this county. Published in Central Florida News, I-4 Series, SwingVote16
It's a hit. Spectators cheer and volunteers help as a child with special needs runs toward first base, his baseball helmet bobbing loosely on his head.
Anne Aranda of Sanford is among the parents watching from the stands at Eastmonte Park in Altamonte Springs. Her 13- and 12-year-old boys are among the volunteers.
She says it's her busy family life that prevents her from deciding how to vote in this neck-and-neck presidential race. Published in Central Florida News, I-4 Series, SwingVote16
The I-4Corridor stretches from Daytona Beach to Tampa, and has become a key battleground in the race for the White House. As unpredictable as it is essential, we teamed up with our sister station WUSF in Tampa to take a trip down the corridor to learn more about these coveted voters. We start in Volusia County. Published in Central Florida News, I-4 Series, SwingVote16