Orlando Sentinel— The suburban women of Seminole County may hold the keys to the White House and a slate of crucial state races.

Women voters outnumber men by more than 26,000 and make up more than half of the electorate in the community just north of Orlando. That has helped transform Seminole, a once-reliable Republican stronghold, into one of the most important swing counties in the country’s most important swing state during this year’s presidential election. Read more here.