FLORIDA’S 6TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

November 3, 2018 by TWN Staff

Current Polling: No recent polling data available

Why this race matters: The seat of Florida gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis, Democrat Nancy Soderberg is running against Republican Michael Waltz in this deep red Florida district encompassing the Jacksonville suburbs to Daytona Beach. Flying under the radar, this race could be an early indicator of larger Democratic trends in majority white, suburban districts across the country.

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Bloomberg Makes Initial Ad Buy in Florida
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by Sara Wilkerson

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The votes were swiftly counted, winners were declared, and by about 10 o'clock that night most of the results of Tuesday's primary election — one with large numbers of mailed votes — were known in Florida. Yes, Florida. The poster child for... Read More

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