With Florida a key battleground state in the presidential campaign, the candidates are sending in surrogates to get out the vote.
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U.S. Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota visited Palm Beach County on Sunday for Hillary Clinton.
Franken greeted voters at a Lake Worth polling place, encouraged people to vote and thanked them for their support.
Franken has known Clinton for 23 years.
“We need someone with the breath and depth of knowledge who can make those decisions, and I trust her to make those decisions and I certainly don't trust Donald Trump,” said Franken.
Franken also campaigned for Clinton at a luncheon in Palm Springs.