Adam Goodman joined John Catsimatidis on radio show “The Cats Roundtable” on Sunday, March 6 to talk about Florida’s role in the 2016 presidential election among other things.
“Florida is probably the most purple of the purple states,” said Goodman. Florida’s diverse political views makes it a perfect state to test ads and messaging for national campaigns, and at this critical juncture in the election, the fate of the GOP candidates might rest in Floridian hands.
Goodman and Catsimatidis, who have had a long professional relationship, discussed the future of candidates who have already left the race and who are unlikely to become the Republican nominee, as well Trump movement.
“What he represents is a hunger and thirst of America to change the way things are being done. It’s a referendum on the system,” said Goodman. “He’s become a real mouthpiece for that attitude and feeling.”
Goodman also analyzed how the Florida primary will impact the party nominations.
“This is a legitimate test for how these candidates and campaigns are doing – not just in a single state, but by extension, the rest of the country,” said Goodman.