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It's no day at the beach: Imagining all the presidential candidates gathered in Florida

Super Tuesday is when voters in a dozen states and one U.S. territory hold their nominating contests for the presidential candidates.

It could be the end of the road for more than one candidate. But Times illustrator Cameron Cottrill imagines the field of candidates surviving Tuesday's votes and all of them arriving on a Florida beach, where they meet up with Jeb Bush, who dropped out of the race on Feb. 13.

The Florida primary is March 15. We can expect to see much more of these candidates before then.

CAMERON COTTRILL | Times

The presidential candidates come to Florida

 

 

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