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Topic - Nathan L. Gonzales
Democratic senators facing tough re-election campaigns this year have a significant cash advantage over their potential challengers, according to the latest finance reports — though in some of those races, the GOP candidates are at least making up ground.
Money isn't buying much love on the campaign trail these days in Florida.
"Whether it's the negative ads or the charges being lobbied back and forth in the debates and in the media, it has caused people to maybe jump ship from one candidate but not necessary jump on with somebody else," he said.
"I don't think anyone can predict [the outcomes] for certain," said Nathan L. Gonzales, political editor of the nonpartisan Rothenberg Political Report