Analysis: Fiery Fla. Debate, But Not Enough Blood Drawn to Change Race

Oct 7, 2010 8:33am

I had a great time last night at the Florida Senate debate. All three candidates came out swinging and held their own throughout the hour. It sped by.

All three had variations of the same strategy– trying to set themselves apart from the others.

To my eyes Marco Rubio helped himself the most because neither Gov. Charlie Crist nor Rep. Kendrick Meek were able to draw enough blood to change the dynamic of the race.

Watch my analysis with Matt Dowd here:

 

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