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A series of polls over the last two weeks show that President Obama has lost his lead over rival Mitt Romney in Florida.

The state's Senate race has also tightened, with Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson now neck and neck with Republican challenger Connie Mack.

How could Florida affect the overall Presidential race and the balance of power in the Senate?

Guest:

  • Mark Caputo, political reporter for the Miami Herald

This segment aired on October 15, 2012.

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