If Miami-Dade goes more Republican, is Florida still a swing state?

MIAMI — In three statewide elections over the last four years, Miami-Dade County has voted as if it were three different places.In 2016, the county’s voters overwhelmingly rejected Donald Trump in numbers not seen by a top-of-ticket Republican since the 1990s.Two years later, Republicans rebounded somewhat in Miami-Dade, with losses modest enough in the blue-leaning county to allow the GOP candidates for governor and the U.S. Senate to win narrowly.And on Nov. 3, Trump pulled off a stunning turnaround in the county, performing like Republicans from a previous era of Florida politics as he adde…

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