William E. Gibson

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

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Florida Democrats violated National Party rules by holding  their presidential primary  on January 29, long before they were supposed to.

Florida Democratic Party Pushes Mail-in Primary

Florida Democrats violated National Party rules by holding their presidential primary on January 29, long before they were supposed to.

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