Big Bird, Hobos, and Jesus Christ: Meet the I-4 Corridor Voters Who Will Pick Our President (Video)
New Times correspondent Victor Gonzalez interviews a key swing voter on the I-4 corridor.
With a week to go before the presidential election, Florida is by far the largest swing state still up for grabs. A new CNN poll this morning finds Romney and Obama in a virtual tie for the Sunshine State's 29 electoral votes. So who in Florida will break the deadlock and pick our next president? With South Florida supporting Obama and the North for Romney, its the folks in the middle, along the I-4 corridor from Tampa to Orlando.
New Times decided to meet the voters of this fascinating region, from Big Bird protesters to hobos behind a flea market to Jesus Christ himself. Quick through for video highlights, and don't miss our feature story on Florida's key demographic.
- I-4 Corridor Predicts Florida for Romney
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