After Easy Win, Rubio Has Bigger Challenge to Keep Seat

Republican Sen. Marco Rubio's presidential aspirations and insistence that he was done with the Senate didn't hurt him with GOP voters, now it's time to see if the rest of Florida will be as forgiving as he seeks a second term.
0:42 | 08/31/16

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Results from various primary elections have also come in overnight Arizona Senator John McCain held off three contenders to keep his hopes alive for a sixth consecutive term. The eighty year old Republican now faces democratic congresswoman and Kirkpatrick in November. And former GOP presidential hopeful Marco Rubio made a late decision to try to keep his Florida senate seat but still managed to beat millionaire developer Carlos your roof. Next step and a member battle with democratic congressman Patrick Murphy. And also in Florida losing her spot as the chair of the Democratic National Committee apparently did not hurt Debbie Wasserman Schultz. She is expected to win her seventh term in the house after holding off a primary challenge from a law professor backed by Vern Sanders.

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