"What we have is a very crowded field representing most of the major media markets, and each of the individual candidates have their own media market in their backyard. And they're flying under this enormous presidential umbrella that, in addition to the fact it's already so diffuse, they can't get any attention at all for somebody to break out of the pack," said Adam Putnam, the state's agriculture commissioner.
"Florida and Ohio are going to have an outsize role in all of this, in terms of whether Trump has the magic number of delegates or whether he goes in to the convention short of the finish line," said Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam, a Rubio backer. "If he doesn't get to the magic number, I think there's a number of variables out there in terms of how close he actually is, whether the other candidates remain consolidate around an alternative or whether they continue to splinter in terms of endorsing Trump or not endorsing Trump. You're writing a new playbook at that point."