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Every other November, the nation turns its eyes to Florida, and this year will be no different. The Sunshine State has two of the nation's highest-profile races: a heavyweight Senate election that could be the most expensive in history, and a governor's race featuring candidates on polar opposite ends of the ideological spectrum. Sen. Bill Nelson, one of 10 Democrats running for re-election in states President Trump won in 2016, faces a strong opponent in term-limited Gov. Rick Scott (R), who has poured tens of millions of his own money into his various campaigns. Running to replace Scott are former Rep. Ron DeSantis, a Republican who has been one of Trump's most vocal supporters, and Democrat Andrew Gillum, the mayor of Tallahassee, who was endorsed in the primary by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT). Eight House districts in Florida could be competitive, with the 26th and 27th districts in South Florida -- both currently represented by Republicans -- the most likely to flip parties. 


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