Where do the Candidates Stand with Florida Voters?

Friday, January 27, 2012

People listen as Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich speaks in Jacksonville, Florida. (Joe Raedle/Getty)

As one of the states hardest hit by the subprime mortgage crisis, many Floridians have endured either under-employment or long-term unemployment in addition to losing their homes. Anna Sale, reporter for It’s a Free Country, the politics website of our co-producer WNYC, talks with voters in Florida about how they feel about the candidates going into the final weekend before this crucial primary.


Anna Sale

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Hello I think tax dollars wasted by Obuma. Solendra Green company went bankrupt and Obama's friends had investments in it. I bet they got reimbursed by Obama stash. Eric Holder is a poor choice for his position and feel he should be the window washer at GOP headquarters. Obama has had many staff resign he has been a big failure, he is a legend in his own mind, smirk on face at the airport Arizona Great Governor. Romney is the worse person to be elected other than Obama, Donald
Duck Trump, the knight in shining Armor our Hero or Savior end to Obama, what a man, even strap on Rosie Loves him. Let's face it Newt is more stable and practical than any mentioned.

Jan. 29 2012 11:25 AM

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