Bloomberg spent up to $ 100 million to defeat Trump in Florida


Finally, “dialogue with Hispanic voters with independence” will be an important part of Bloomberg’s effort, which will primarily focus on digital and TV ads, according to a press release issued by their Independence USA Political Committee .

Vote-by-mail voters to foreign voters start going out in six days. For domestic voters in the United States, mailing of ballots will begin September 24. Biden plans to travel to Florida on Tuesday, his first trip to the state since the Coronavirus lockdown began in March.

Florida also has an individual early voting period that varies by county and begins October 19 and ends November 1, two days before Election Day.
Florida’s 75 percent of the vote could have been cast before Election Day and the way the state tabulated the votes could be one of the first to report its results, although the state has a history of razor-thin electoral margins. Is tells.

Bloomberg advisers hope their cash will help the state tip in Biden’s favor, but to kill Trump’s chances to win Electoral College. In addition, they say, Florida money should help unleash Democratic efforts in other states.

“The Postground States will decide this election,” a Bloomberg press release said, following a Washington Post article that previously reported the news on their behalf.

“Mike’s substantial investment in Florida will allow Democrats and the Biden campaign to invest heavily in other major states such as Pennsylvania, which will be significant,” the press release said. “And, it will force Republicans and the Trump campaign to relocate to Florida with their limited resources.”

According to TV commercial tracking firm Advertising Analytics, the two sides are already spending large sums of money on TV in a race in Florida, where Trump, Biden and their allies have spent $ 319 million.