The fight for Florida Add to ... AP Video Published Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012 2:05PM EDT Last updated Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012 2:49PM EDT It's the battleground state with the biggest prize: 29 electoral votes that could determine who wins the White House. President Obama won Florida in 2008 but a sour economy and high foreclosures give Romney hope. Watch More Video: Obama: Brexit will not change the 'special relationship' between U.S. and U.K. Bernie Sanders says he will vote for Hillary Clinton Ryan: Not going to allow 'stunts' to stop us, defends due process Obama: 'A lot of people will be disappointed' by Supreme Court immigration ruling 'There was a sharp clash': Trump fires campaign manager Trump: I'm better for LGBT people, women than Clinton Access to weapons 'not the meaning of liberty': Obama Boy's body found after Florida gator attack Trump on shooting: We have to 'report people' Clinton calls for gun ban on terror suspects, slams Trump's approach Clinton wins in D.C., has 'positive' meeting with Sanders Police attempt to recover toddler's body after alligator attack at Disney Florida resort What's in a name? Obama on "radical Islam" Obama: Lone-wolf terrorist attacks are 'very hard to prevent' Speculation of endorsement surrounds Sanders, Clinton private meeting Right-wing Indian group feeds gun-toting Trump cutout cake on his birthday Radical Islam 'coming to our shores': Trump Clinton to make "stopping lone wolves" top priority Tony Award attendees react to Orlando shooting 'The Voice' singer dies after shooting Comments AA More Related to this Story Video: GOP optimistic about November, but the future? Investing Video: The impact of Romney's energy policy on stocks Economy Video: Romney says U.S. 'on path to becoming Europe'