On Tuesday morning, GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney released his personal tax records, an issue which had become a sticking point in the campaign.
The records show Romney made nearly $22 million in 2010 and about $21 million last year. He was taxed at a rate of 15 percent because all of his income came from profits, dividends and interest on investments, which are taxed at a much lower rate than wages.
We check in with Florida political reporter, Marc Caputo of the Miami Herald, to see how this new information is affecting the race in Florida, the next state to hold its Republican primary vote.
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