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Café con politics podcast: the Florida governor’s race

A Miami-Dade Elections worker marks a group of absentee ballots. Florida’s primary elections for governor and other offices is Aug. 28, although absentee voting has already begun.
A Miami-Dade Elections worker marks a group of absentee ballots. Florida’s primary elections for governor and other offices is Aug. 28, although absentee voting has already begun. AP

On the newest episode of the Miami Herald’s Cafe con Politics podcast, Mary Ellen Klas, bureau chief of the Miami Herald/Tampa Bay Times Tallahassee Bureau, joins us to break down the race for Florida governor and whether Florida Republicans are embracing a post-ideological future under President Donald Trump.

Topics discussed include: what Trump’s endorsement of Rep. Ron DeSantis means for the race and for the Florida Republican party, Gwen Graham’s slow-but-steady approach to the top of the Democratic primary and Jeff Greene’s king-maker promise to the Democratic party.

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