Politics & Government

October 5, 2008

Economy keeps Central Florida voters still undecided

Nearly one out of five of Florida's unaffiliated voters live in the swath between Tampa and Daytona Beach, and an even higher percentage are considered ''persuadable'' Democrats and Republicans. The latest statewide polls tell a familiar story, with the Republican nominee dominating the northern part of the state and the Democrat carrying the more liberal southern end, leaving the state's heterogeneous midsection up for grabs.

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