JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Few, if any, Floridians want to see Republican Mitt Romney win the state - and win big - than U.S. Rep. Connie Mack.
If President Barack Obama carries the state again, or even if Romney wins by a slim margin, it's more than likely that Mack will be out of a job.
It's why Mack, who is challenging Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson, consistently ties his campaign to Romney's, both in his stump speech and in person when Romney or running mate Rep. Paul Ryan come to Florida.
Mack planned to be with Ryan in Panama City on Saturday, tearing up his schedule to make sure he would with the vice presidential candidate in front of a large crowd in a crucial area of the state.
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