Today may mark the end of the line for the presidential candidacy of former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani:
Rudy Giuliani hinted yesterday that he might quit the race for president if he loses badly in today's Florida primary.
"When it's Wednesday morning, we'll make the decision," he said aboard his plane.
But while campaigning through the Gulf Coast and South Florida, the ex-mayor insisted he'd do fine if only his supporters would hit the polls.
Unfortunately, yesterday's early rallies near Orlando and in Clearwater and Fort Myers drew sparse crowds.
And, later, he gave reporters covering his campaign souvenir autographed baseballs - perhaps signaling that his daily interactions with the media were coming to an end.