In Florida, it’s all about the ground game to get out the vote

Mitchell Hartman Nov 1, 2016
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People cast their votes at an early voting center for the general election on Monday in Miami, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images

In Florida, it’s all about the ground game to get out the vote

Mitchell Hartman Nov 1, 2016
People cast their votes at an early voting center for the general election on Monday in Miami, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images
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Hillary Clinton’s paid staff and field offices in Florida significantly outnumber Trump’s. The Clinton campaign’s get-out-the-vote effort in Florida is extensive, involving immigrant and women’s advocacy groups, labor unions, environmentalists, and tens of thousands of volunteers. The Trump campaign—with less money on hand to spend before Election Day than Clinton—is relying heavily on staff and volunteers from the Republican National Committee and allied conservative groups to get out its vote. 

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