Bloomberg: This Florida City Shows How Trump Tax Cuts May Buoy Republicans

Democrats counting on an angry, anti-Trump vibe to propel them to victory in November’s congressional elections may be in for a surprise as voters begin to see the effects of last year’s tax overhaul in their paychecks.

In Homestead, Florida — a battleground city where Hillary Clinton trounced President Donald Trump by 16 points in 2016 — incumbent Representative Carlos Curbelo has been called “the most endangered Republican in Congress” by a hometown paper. But interviews with more than a dozen potential voters indicate that some are feeling more positive about the GOP thanks to their revamp of the tax code.

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