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August 25, 2014 5:28 PM

Five things to watch in the primary

Tuesday’s statewide primary election may feel like a warm-up act for the main event: a November showdown between Republican Gov. Rick Scott and his leading Democratic challenger, Charlie Crist. But even if turnout is as low as expected, important trends will hint at where things are heading for the general election. Here is a guide to five things that will be of primary importance on Tuesday.

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