No show Rubio just learned the hard way that when he doesn't show up to work for those he is supposed to represent in his home state, the voters won't show up for him at the polls.
And they didn't.
Marco Rubio was soundly routed in the Florida primary tonight, managing to win only one county. One.
Rubio began his Presidential run almost as soon as he arrived in Washington and racked up the worst voting record in the Senate while he was largely absent, traveling around the world giving speeches, writing books, and fundraising. He was big on divisive talk, railed against just about everything, and much of which he never bothered to vote on.
Despite the boost he got from the media when he was declared to GOP's golden boy, their best hope, their savior, and Rubio's belief in his own hype, those who were paying attention saw him as little more than a empty suit.
Tonight, voters back home let him know just how they felt about him, as the rest of the country's been doing for a while now.
Rubio gave his shot at one last ripoff of an Obama speech, then dropped out of the race.
Goodbye Sen. Rubio. You won't be missed