The New York Times has announced that Donald Trump has won the state of Florida and its 29 electoral votes.
The AP reported that with nearly 80 percent of precincts reporting in, Trump has a lead of more than two percent.
A strong showing for Trump in the Miami area, thanks in large part to a huge swing by Cuban and Hispanic voters, helped the incumbent secure the state, which he also won in 2016.
Polls closed throughout most of the state to show Biden having a slight lead, though polls in the panhandle—which largely vote Republican—had not, as their polls close an hour later.
One poll by Qunnipac showed Biden leading by eleven points in Florida, similar to how pollsters in 2016 dimissed Trump's chances in the Sunshine state.
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