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PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2018 7:42 pm 
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So, I was just looking at Ballotpedia, and it looks like a wide open race.

Here's some polling by FAU as of May 7th ... ... ic_primary)

Philip Levine 16%
Gwen Graham 15%
Chris King 10%
Andrew Gillum 6%

But the clear winner is this guy named Mr. Undecided, who has 53% of the vote. :D I mean, crap, more than half of (Dem primary) voters haven't decided yet. I mean, I get it, the primary isn't until the end of August, but still.

... huh, the footnote down below says only 41% were truly undecided, 12% picked Other (and other than John Morgan or Jeff Greene with 0%). :D

I like Philip. He's that nice Jewish former mayor of Miami Beach, who always puts his Jewish mom in his ads. Good on climate change.
I used to work for Gwen's dad, Bob Graham. Always was a fan of his. There's a personal connection.
Gillum is the minority candidate. But as Mayor of Tally, I'm not sure if he's really had the statewide exposure.
Dunno from Chris King. I guess he's popular with those so-called millennials.

I think David Jolly and Patrick Murphy are still "exploring," not really caring if they've found what they're looking for (cue U2 song).

Graham seems to be leading in national endorsements, but Levine is crushing her in fundraising.

-- Tis an ill wind that blows no minds.
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