Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to the media after receiving former Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson's endorsement at a campaign event in Palm Beach, Florida March 11, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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Republican front-runner Donald Trump boasts that he can win the Hispanic vote in a general election, and he faces his first major test of that next week in the winner-take-all primary in Florida, a state with a large and diverse population of Latino voters.Rubio is relying on fellow Cuban-Americans to help defeat Trump and capture all of the state's 99 delegates.Florida is home to nearly 479,000 registered Republican Hispanic voters, about 11 percent of all Republican voters.In the latest Monmouth poll, released Monday, Trump led Rubio by 8 percentage points. But in the southern part of the state, where Cuban-Americans dominate the ranks of Republican voters, Rubio led by 9 percentage points.Conservative Solutions PAC, a group promoting Rubio, planned to spend more than $4 million attacking Trump.
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