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Joe Biden Wins As Coronavirus Looms Over Florida Primary

Joe Biden Wins As Coronavirus Looms Over Florida Primary

Former Vice President Joe Biden is the Democratic winner in the Florida primary.  ...
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March 17 Primaries: Live Results And Analysis

March 17 Primaries: Live Results And Analysis

Three states are voting on Tuesday: Arizona, Florida and Illinois. Ohio suspended its primary. Follow live updates ...
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Map: See The Top Issues For Voters Along I-4 Corridor

Map: See The Top Issues For Voters Along I-4 Corridor

As Florida voters prepare to go to the polls, a non-scientific survey by public media partners WMFE and WUSF could shed some light into what’s ...
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I-4 Votes: Meet A Moderate Puerto Rican Voter Who Voted For Biden

I-4 Votes: Meet A Moderate Puerto Rican Voter Who Voted For Biden

"When I came here, I was Republican. I'm very worried about the social security and medicare, but I don't believe in Medicare for All. I ...
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Coronavirus Having Ripple Effect On Primary Politicking

Coronavirus Having Ripple Effect On Primary Politicking

Concerns about the coronavirus are having an effect at the ballot box during Tuesday’s presidential primary. Bernie Sanders has cancelled all Florida events, and fellow ...
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Primary Turnout May Be Dampened By Earlier Contests, Coronavirus

Primary Turnout May Be Dampened By Earlier Contests, Coronavirus

Excitement over Florida's presidential primary is waning, thanks to earlier voting contests in other state and the growing concerns over coronavirus ...
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I4 Votes Focuses On Voter Voices To Report The 2020 Election

I4 Votes Focuses On Voter Voices To Report The 2020 Election

Intersection's Matthew Peddie talks with WUSF news director Mary Shedden and political reporter Steve Newborn, and WMFE's Abe Aboraya about the I4 Votes collaboration.  ...
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Previewing Florida's Presidential Preference Primary

Previewing Florida’s Presidential Preference Primary

A lot of delegates in the Democratic presidential primary are still up for grabs as former vice president Joe Biden's lead over Sen. Bernie Sanders ...
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Gwen Graham On Why She Thinks Biden Is The Best Bet For The Democratic Party

Gwen Graham On Why She Thinks Biden Is The Best Bet For The Democratic Party

Former US Rep. Gwen Graham has thrown her support behind Joe Biden. She explains why she thinks Biden is the best pick for the Democratic ...
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I-4 Votes is the collaborative 2020 election project between Florida NPR stations WUSF in Tampa and WMFE in Orlando, focusing on the issues in the Interstate 4 corridor, St. Petersburg to Daytona Beach.

(This project is part of America Amplified: Election 2020, a $1.9 million national public media collaboration funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which was launched in the fall of 2019 to bring a different kind of reporting into public media coverage of this year’s election.) Learn more

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