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Marco Rubio to run for re-election to the Senate

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Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is going to announce Wednesday he will run for re-election, multiple media outlets reported, reversing his prior pledge that he would not try to return to the Senate if he lost his bid for the Republican presidential nomination.

Rubio dropped out of the presidential race in March after losing the winner-take-all Florida primary toDonald Trump. He repeatedly insisted afterward that he would be a private citizen once his term expired at the end of this year.

But top Republicans have urged him to run, and a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday indicated that Rubio is the only GOP candidate who would defeat either of the two big-name Democrats vying for the Senate seat, if the election were held today.

The two congressional Democrats running for the nomination — Alan Grayson and Patrick Murphy — each win head-to-head against any of the four major Republican candidates, Rep. Ron DeSantis, Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera, and businessmen Todd Wilcox and Carlos Beruff.

Rubio had to make a decision this week to meet the filing deadline for the Senate race.

source: USATODAY

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