Presidential electors state Rep. Larry Ahern, R-Seminole, and Tallahassee lobbyist Brian Ballard sign certificates of vote after the state's 29 members of the electoral college cast their votes for Donald Trump.
Presidential electors state Rep. Larry Ahern, R-Seminole, and Tallahassee lobbyist Brian Ballard sign certificates of vote after the state's 29 members of the electoral college cast their votes for Donald Trump. Florida Senate
Presidential electors state Rep. Larry Ahern, R-Seminole, and Tallahassee lobbyist Brian Ballard sign certificates of vote after the state's 29 members of the electoral college cast their votes for Donald Trump. Florida Senate

Florida’s 29 presidential electors vote for Trump

December 19, 2016 04:03 PM

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