From the center of the political universe.
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Of course the Republican National Convention will be in Tampa in late August, and whether or not the demonstrators tear up the place, Curry says he expect Romney, and whoever his running mate turns out to be, will get a big bump going into the final two months and change.
Curry says he’s convinced Obama will do less well with certain demographics — young people, minorities, Jews, environmentalists, et al. — than he did in 2008. This and success in registering more Republicans to vote — from the end of ‘08 to June of this year, the Democrat registration advantage in the state has dropped from more than 650K to fewer than 450K — gives him confidence Florida will be red again at the top of the ticket Nov. 6.
So there it is, Hillsborough County. And all those I-4 corridor folks from St. Petersburg Beach to Daytona Beach. Very big medicine here this year. There will be an almost uncountable number of political commercials between now and Nov. 6 (not to mention those really irritating robo-calls at dinner time). And thanks to our importance to the race, we’ll probably reach a point where it will be difficult to make it from our front doors to our cars in the morning without tripping over either Romney or Obama. But I guess that’s just the way it is in the center of the political universe.
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