The Florida primary election results

The Florida primary election results

The Florida primary election results

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Florida's agriculture commissioner Adam Putnam had been the one leading in the polls until President Donald Trump dived in to endorse DeSantis.

"I changed my vote when Trump supported DeSantis", said the 67-year-old retiree from Pinellas County.

Besides Graham, Gillum turned back former Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, who poured $29 million of his personal wealth into the race and saturated the state with 30 different campaign ads. The Bernie Sanders-backed mayor has been a proponent of a single-payer healthcare system and has been one of the most vocal opponents of Florida's infamous "Stand Your Ground" law, which factored into George Zimmerman's acquittal in the 2012 shooting death of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida. But, as it has time and again in Republican primaries this year, that tactic fell short.

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DeSantis announced his candidacy in January. He was considered a shoo-in for the Republican nomination.

The poll of 2,342 likely Democratic primary voters was taken from August 25-August 26 with a margin of error of +/- 2 percent.

Despite being vastly outspent by his rivals, the charismatic and unabashedly liberal Gillum built a devoted following of progressives, many of them young and African-American, with his campaign message of social justice and lifting up poor people and appealing to Florida's growing diversity. Now, he'll face Democratic Sen.

McSally is seen as a stronger general election candidate than either Ward or Arpaio, both hard-line conservatives. Bill Nelson. Scott had an easy win in Tuesday's GOP primary, and now he heads into an increasingly bitter - and expensive - showdown with Nelson that could play a decisive role in which party controls the Senate.

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