South Korean conservative activists burn cutout pictures of North Korean national founder the late Kim Il Sung, right, and late leader Kim Jong Il during a rally on Tuesday, March 26, 2013 in Seoul, South Korea, to mark the third anniversary of the sinking of South Korean naval ship “Cheonan,” which killed 46 South Korean sailors. An explosion ripped apart the 1,200-ton warship, killing 46 sailors near the maritime border with North Korea in 2010. A banner reads: “Bomb at statue of Kim Jong Il and Kim Il Sung.” (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
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Florida senior residents have been reliable Republican voters for decades, but it looks like their political impact could shift in the upcoming 2020 election.
As Election Day approaches, Florida is becoming a major focal point. President Donald Trump is facing more of an uphill battle with maintaining the support of senior voters due to his handling of critical issues over the last several months. Several seniors, including some who voted for Trump in 2016, have explained why he will not receive their support in the November election.
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