After voting for himself to be Florida’s first black governor, Andrew Gillum was asked to comment on the historic nature of his run.
“We’ll worry about history later," Gillum said Tuesday morning after casting his ballot at a Catholic church in Tallahassee. "But today, we’re working to win."
Gillum held his infant son over one hip, and he and his wife, R. Jai Gillum, each held a hand of one of their twins. He seemed calm, comfortable, confident.
Thirteen hours later, he conceded the race.