Speaking of how awful Rubio is, here is the scathing Miami Herald endorsement of Patrick Murphy:
This newspaper has a long history of supporting U.S. Sen. Marco Rubios electoral campaigns, going back to his days as a promising political newcomer from West Miami with a strong measure of personal magnetism and a crowd-pleasing message that served him well as he climbed the political ladder. When he ran an insurgent campaign for the Senate against a sitting Republican governor in 2010, we backed him because we believed, He has the potential to be the kind of statesman Floridians can be proud to call a native son.
Mr. Trumps candidacy is a test of character, and Sen. Rubio is failing that test. How can voters believe hes sincere when he says he does not share Mr. Trumps awful views on Mexicans, immigrants, Muslims, women, etc., yet at the same time stands by his endorsement of the New York billionaire? His act is unconvincing. It reeks of political convenience rather than political conviction.
And he has refused to issue a clear, unequivocal statement on whether he will finish out his term if he wins reelection. And though he used the June massacre at Pulse, the gay nightclub in Orlando, as his excuse for getting in the race, he has a disastrous record as far as LGBT issues are concerned, opposing marriage equality and adoption by gay parents, and voting against giving LGBT Americans workplace protections.