Bernie Sanders is overtaking Hillary Clinton in Florida

I think Bernie has a great opportunity. If he refused to attend the CNN Town Hall, he nullify weeks of fake polls and he would leave the Democratic voters believe that he doesn’t need to confront because it was in the lead and the polls are fake. In this way he would demolish the motivation of Clinton and his voters, mortified, wouldn’t go to vote. The turnout is a decisive factor in a state like Florida. If Bernie could lead to more people seats than were able to bring HRC, Obama and Edwards in 2008, he would win almost certainly seen and, considered the monolithic nature of the Clintonian electorate, made of conflicts of interest and patronage. HRC can count on the powerful platform of the Democratic Party, which promptly would vote their representatives regardless of their political offer. That said, Bernie Sanders owns a large fortune: the ability to communicate great with the independent voters, who in previous elections did not express. What’s more, HRC, unlike eight years ago, will have to deal with the loss of part of his electorate in Florida: the Hispanic community and the Cuban. Indeed, unlike eight years ago, the GOP is in the peninsula with two Latinos candidates (Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio). The two Republican candidates may withdraw from the former Secretary Of State and decisive large slices of the electorate in Miami, Tampa, Orlando. That’s why Bernie Sanders could have the potential to exceed HRC thanks to a downsizing besides a hard and effective work in the Center-North and in the ‘deep’ North where it’s less overwhelming presence of the Hispanic community and shows that African American. So, Senator of Vermont has a clear chance of victory on the condition that in the North and Center-North Florida is able to establish itself with percentages that go from 60% to 65% and at the same time be able to do in the South with a gap not exceeding 15% by HRC.I think Bernie has a great opportunity. If he refused to attend the CNN Town Hall, he nullify weeks of fake polls and he would leave the Democratic voters believe that he doesn’t need to confront because it was in the lead and the polls are fake. In this way he would demolish the motivation of Clinton and his voters, mortified, wouldn’t go to vote. The turnout is a decisive factor in a state like Florida. If Bernie could lead to more people seats than were able to bring HRC, Obama and Edwards in 2008, he would win almost certainly seen and, considered the monolithic nature of the Clintonian electorate, made of conflicts of interest and patronage. HRC can count on the powerful platform of the Democratic Party, which promptly would vote their representatives regardless of their political offer. That said, Bernie Sanders owns a large fortune: the ability to communicate great with the independent voters, who in previous elections did not express. What’s more, HRC, unlike eight years ago, will have to deal with the loss of part of his electorate in Florida: the Hispanic community and the Cuban. Indeed, unlike eight years ago, the GOP is in the peninsula with two Latinos candidates (Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio). The two Republican candidates may withdraw from the former Secretary Of State and decisive large slices of the electorate in Miami, Tampa, Orlando. That’s why Bernie Sanders could have the potential to exceed HRC thanks to a downsizing besides a hard and effective work in the Center-North and in the ‘deep’ North where it’s less overwhelming presence of the Hispanic community and shows that African American. So, Senator of Vermont has a clear chance of victory on the condition that in the North and Center-North Florida is able to establish itself with percentages that go from 60% to 65% and at the same time be able to do in the South with a gap not exceeding 15% by HRC.I think Bernie has a great opportunity. If he refused to attend the CNN Town Hall, he nullify weeks of fake polls and he would leave the Democratic voters believe that he doesn’t need to confront because it was in the lead and the polls are fake. In this way he would demolish the motivation of Clinton and his voters, mortified, wouldn’t go to vote. The turnout is a decisive factor in a state like Florida. If Bernie could lead to more people seats than were able to bring HRC, Obama and Edwards in 2008, he would win almost certainly seen and, considered the monolithic nature of the Clintonian electorate, made of conflicts of interest and patronage. HRC can count on the powerful platform of the Democratic Party, which promptly would vote their representatives regardless of their political offer. That said, Bernie Sanders owns a large fortune: the ability to communicate great with the independent voters, who in previous elections did not express. What’s more, HRC, unlike eight years ago, will have to deal with the loss of part of his electorate in Florida: the Hispanic community and the Cuban. Indeed, unlike eight years ago, the GOP is in the peninsula with two Latinos candidates (Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio). The two Republican candidates may withdraw from the former Secretary Of State and decisive large slices of the electorate in Miami, Tampa, Orlando. That’s why Bernie Sanders could have the potential to exceed HRC thanks to a downsizing besides a hard and effective work in the Center-North and in the ‘deep’ North where it’s less overwhelming presence of the Hispanic community and shows that African American. So, Senator of Vermont has a clear chance of victory on the condition that in the North and Center-North Florida is able to establish itself with percentages that go from 60% to 65% and at the same time be able to do in the South with a gap not exceeding 15% by HRC.

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