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 makes first post-presidency appearance Hillary Clinton: 'There's a lot to be concerned about' Nunes 'followed all proper guidelines and laws': Ryan Ryan says new health-care talks at 'conceptual stage' Leonard Cohen predicted Trump victory, says son Montreal Canadiens clinch playoff spot 'I understand the President's frustration' on health care: Ryan Senate committee kicks off rare open hearing on Russia Trump at Florida rally: 'The White House is running so smoothly' Millions of Flowers Shipped to U.S. Before Feb. 14 Trump: 'Nothing is Off The Table' on Iran Presidential or dangerously erratic? John Ibbitson on week one of Trump's presidency Video: Inside the Market: A tool for investors to protect against fluctuating currency markets Donald Trump signs his first executive order as president John Kerry bids optimistic goodbye at State Department Roberta Bondar reflects on her history-making space flight Barack Obama says U.S. won't go back on LGBT rights Barack Obama defends commuting Chelsea Manning's sentence Flashback: Watch Barack Obama's first inauguration from 2009 Mattis: U.S. under biggest threat since Second World War Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print 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'