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Topic - Jeff Sadosky
"Candidates are spending more time in the state than ever before, and that trend is bound to continue through the primary," Mr. Sadosky said. "And the more candidates are in Florida, the more our state's unique issues are addressed on a national level."
Florida Republican Party spokesman Jeff Sadosky says he has seen those benefits since Florida moved its primary, previously held in March, up to Jan. 29.