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Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, a progressive aligned with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), pulled off a stunning win in Florida’s Democratic gubernatorial primary on Tuesday, edging out former Rep. Gwen Graham (D-Fla.).

Gillum won the primary with 34 percent of the vote, the Associated Press projected with 87 percent of precincts reporting. Graham, the daughter of former Sen. Bob Graham (D-Fla.), won 32 percent of the vote.

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The come-from-behind win defied expectations and is bound to invite comparisons to the win by progressive star Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who stunned the political world in June by defeating established Rep. Joe Crowley in a New York Democratic primary.

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  1. It is scary to think that a progressive that apparently aligns with the Sanders mantra of free everything for everyone and open borders and open arms to anyone that wants to come over here, with everyone with a job paying for his agenda will be running in the Florida Governor’s race. I don’t know how true it is as I don’t live in Florida but from comments made on many stories and DML’s live shows it appears that more and more liberals have moved into the state. The liberals/progressives don’t appear to have the sense to see that the same policies they are going to be voting for are the policies that have destroyed California and cities in New York and working it’s way to the entire state. There are other cities acros the country where the liberal/progressive agenda has been implimented and those places are going down hill fast. I pray for the Floridians that they do not wind up with a progressive in the governor’s house.

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