Miami Herald Endorses Marco Rubio

“Voters whose overriding priority is to ensure that it remains in Republican hands and maintains the GOP’s precarious majority in the Senate will go with Sen. Rubio in the primary. He’s by far their best bet.” – Miami Herald Editorial Board

But we’ll give Mr. Rubio this: After he was elected in 2010 he very quickly gained national prominence and became a figure to watch in the Senate. His poor primary showing has done little to diminish his political appeal. The senator’s leadership potential remains strong, if unfulfilled.

He can be a unifier when he reaches across the aisle, as he did with his original immigration effort. And on Aug. 12 the better Marco was on display when he appealed to evangelical leaders in Orlando to be more tolerant of the gay community. “You have to understand their perspective, their hope and their dreams,” he declared.

Mr. Rubio’s only active opponent in the primary is Carlos Beruff, 58, a millionaire homebuilder from Bradenton making his first foray into electoral politics. He has said he would be a loyal lieutenant for Donald Trump if both are elected. Mr. Beruff’s campaign, however, has failed to catch fire.

Voters whose overriding priority is to ensure that it remains in Republican hands and maintains the GOP’s precarious majority in the Senate will go with Sen. Rubio in the primary. He’s by far their best bet.

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