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Democrat Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick trounced Republican Jason Mariner Tuesday night in the special election contest for Florida’s 20th district.

The Details: Cherfilus-McCormick achieved 79 percent of the vote while Mariner took home only 20 percent.

Cherfilus-McCormick had previously won her democratic primary by only 5 percentage points however, meaning it is likely she will soon face a very competitive primary contest for her next term.

Cherfilus-McCormick is a wealthy businesswoman who managed to spend more than 6 million achieving her victory in the race.

The 20th district, which includes parts of Broward and Palm Beach counties, is notable for its relatively close proximity to former President Trump’s new home base of Mar-A-Lago.


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Rick
Rick
7 days ago

There is no mention in the article that the district is overwhelmingly Democrat in voter registration. That’s important context for the news item.

SDOFAZ
SDOFAZ
7 days ago
Reply to  Rick

I suspected as much and thanks for clarifying it! Wonder if this single mother is on the take and happy to join the cheaters of the DNC? If both apply and the district stays dimwit, she will be another Big mouth Maxi for life.

robert williams
robert williams
3 days ago
Reply to  SDOFAZ

You got that right about being a BIG MOUTH MAXI along with MIKE OBAMA and KILLARY.

Philip Hammersley
Philip Hammersley
3 days ago
Reply to  Rick

AGREE! Other such news “sources” tout that a DIMM won somewhere but omit (or hide) that they are simply REPLACING another DIMM.

Teddy
Teddy
3 days ago
Reply to  Rick

Exactly, both counties are heavy democrat.

RRRoger
RRRoger
7 days ago

Was the Republican candidate a RINO?

John Kociuba
John Kociuba
7 days ago

America will lose the next world war.

Big Schlong
Big Schlong
3 days ago
Reply to  John Kociuba

Asshole we have war right here we Better Win