Gillum, DeSantis cast votes in Florida's midterm election

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The Florida Governor race is a face-off between Democrat Andrew Gillum, the mayor of Tallahassee, and Republican Ron DeSantis, a Florida congressman.

Americans on Tuesday will elect lawmakers for all 435 seats in the House of Representatives, 35 seats in the 100-member Senate, 36 governors and dozens of state legislatures. "I've never had a call from Senator Bill Nelson saying, 'can you help me'".

He also said of the Democrat: "Andrew Gillum is not equipped to be your governor. You don't hear a peep from them about that", said Obama, tieless in a white dress shirt with his sleeves rolled up.

Trump has tried to stoke up support for the Republicans by taking a hardline stance against a caravan of several thousand migrants heading toward the United States border with Mexico. The singer took to Instagram today, just two days before midterm elections on November 6 to voice her support of the candidate. Obama scorned Trump and other Republicans for "vilifying others, questioning their patriotism" and then expressing concerns about civility.

Latimer recommends voters going to the polls on Election Day research the races, amendments and referendums beforehand because, if they don't, he predicts it could take 45 minutes to fill out the ballot. "But in four days, in four days Florida, you can reject that kind of politics".

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Obama called for voters to go to the polls and vote for the issues they care about, telling them that no matter what background, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation they have, they could all come together and change the country's future.

"I haven't found this much excitement since Obama ran", she said.

Trump said having Rosendale in the Senate will be "phenomenal".

Obama's speech was repeatedly interrupted by hecklers, prompting him to quip: 'Why is it that the folks who won the last election are so mad all the time?' "Gillum's policies would be an extreme nightmare for Florida, the state we all love". The Democrat garners 50 percent of support among likely voters, versus 46 percent for his GOP challenger. Claire McCaskill wants voters to know she's "100 percent" supportive of Trump's efforts to crack down on a migrant caravan making its way to the USA from Central America, ostensibly to apply for asylum.

Trump also acknowledged that Democrats could win a congressional majority - though he suggested he wouldn't be to blame if they do.

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