Swing state Florida could hinge on Hispanic vote

Visit to city outside of Orlando illustrates how Hispanics are reshaping Florida electoral politics.

    Interstate-4 is known as the highway to political heaven in the United States.

    It runs through the battleground state of Florida, and take you into all types of neighbourhoods.

    One of them, representative of the state's growing Hispanic population, is having a major influence on the political agenda.

    Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher's third stop along I-4 takes him to Kissimmee, a city outside of Orlando, to a Hispanic community that is flourishing.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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