UF alum tracks primary races
It’s a big night for Republicans as the results of the Michigan and Arizona primaries flood in. Earlier Tuesday, COX Radio Washington Correspondent Jamie Dupree,a University of Florida graduate, voters’ minds were still open, just as the polls were. WUFT-FM’s Katiana Krawchenko spoke with him earlier, and he explains why it’s so important for Romney’s campaign to pull out victories.
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