Diverse And Disillusioned, Florida's Swing Voters Sound Off

Nearly half of Florida's registered voters live along the Interstate 4 corridor from Daytona Beach to Tampa. As the Republican primary race pivoted to the Sunshine State, <a href="http://n.pr/x3N3oG">we headed out along the I-4 corridor</a> and spoke to voters young and old; urban, suburban and rural; left- and right-leaning. In the swingingest part of a swing state, voters are despairing and dialed out of the political process. "We don't see the light at the end of the tunnel," said one man.

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