Republican Rudy Giuliani is about to find out if his strategy of essentially staking his presidential campaign on Florida pays off.
Polls show the former New York mayor way behind John McCain and Mitt Romney heading into Tuesday's primary. But Giuliani insists he's going to win Florida, where he has camped out instead of focusing on the early voting states of Iowa, New Hampshire, Michigan and South Carolina.
Giuliani said at a rally Monday that Florida's winner will take the nomination. But if that isn't him, a decision about the campaign's future will have to be made. Between campaign appearances Monday, Giuliani said a decision would come Wednesday morning.
Giuliani was the early favorite among Republicans last year but has seen that lead disappear.
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