News Talk Online will be live from the campaign trail, covering the results of the all important Florida winner-take-all GOP primary from Miami on Tuesday.
We'll be live from John McCain's headquarters during our regularly scheduled show, from 5-6 PM New York time. Then live again at 7 PM ET when the polls close.
During the first segment of the show, we'll be joined by Joel Berg, technology reporter for Politics Magazine. We'll also be joined by WFTL newsman Ken Pauli, who is covering the elections for his Fort Lauderdale-based radio station.
The polls put McCain with a slight edge over Mitt Romney. McCain received two key endorsements over the weekend which could help him. But because Florida is a closed primary, independents who might vote otherwise vote for him will be locked out of the election, which could tip the balance in favor of Romney.
The candidate with the most to lose in Florida is Rudy Giuliani, who put all his eggs into the Sunshine State Republican primary. If he doesn't do well, it could spell the beginning of the end to his campaign.
The Democratic primary in Florida is a straw vote. No delegates will be counted by the national Democratic party because the Florida vote is being held before next week's Super Tuesday primary.
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