CBS News in Washington: The key to a Florida victory lies somewhere in the middle

It was an exciting opportunity to do some analysis for CBS News in Washington regarding the President’s visit to Orlando tomorrow.

As you might have heard, President Barack Obama will be visiting Rollins college tomorrow to push his campaign message and activate his voters for November. We’ve seen plenty of President Obama this year and that trend will continue all the way till November.

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“The reason the I-4 corridor gets so much attention and hype is because it’s like the political ideology has been drawn to design,” Florida political analyst Frank Torres said about the corridor that rests between Republican-heavy northern Florida and the state’s more Democratic areas to the south.

“I like to call it the baseball rotation,” Torres, who lives in and focuses on the I-4 corridor, said of the Obama strategy. “We’re seeing a member from the Obama campaign in the I-4 corridor every week.”

Torres added, “It’s a late October environment in the middle of July. It trumps anything we’ve seen before.”


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The President has made the Sunshine State his second home this year