Which city of America reflect most in the Presidential Elections.
I'm not sure if one could pinpoint a city, but the state with the most influence would have to be Florida.
Yes.. That is what I mean, As per my knowledge California is most effective with its vote of 55 approx. while Florida is next to it with its around 30 vote
California is a completely liberal state, in which means the democrats always win California. Florida is a big toss up.
hm..That might be the case. thanks for your reply
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