Marco Rubio’s rally Wednesday in Hialeah, Florida had a low turnout, leaving bleachers empty.
CNN’s Jason Carroll reported live from the event, held at a high school football stadium, and said it was “much, much smaller” than previous Rubio events, with only a “couple hundred” people “not even filling the end zone.”
Florida is Rubio’s home state, and the Florida primary is Tuesday, March 15th.
From The Guardian: Absent a win in Florida, it is all but certain Rubio will have no other option but to quit the race. And so while crisscrossing his home state with the fate of his presidential aspirations in their hands, Rubio is imploring voters to understand the urgency of the moment.
“It always comes down to Florida. I need you to get out and vote,” he told the crowd in Hialeah.
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