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Anthony Man, Sun Sentinel Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine wrapped up a day of Florida campaigning Tuesday with two pieces of political business in Fort Lauderdale: raising campaign cash and reaching out to black voters. It is important for Hillary Clinton to win the presidency, Kaine said, suggesting Republican Donald Trump isn't fit for the office. "She's a tested leader. In a challenging time we've got to have a tested leader. There's no reason to roll the dice and try something nutty," he said during a stop at Betty's Restaurant & Barbecue on Sistrunk Boulevard, the main street of the historically black northwest section of Fort Lauderdale. Florida is a critical state in the presidential election and Tuesday was Kaine's second visit to the state since Clinton announced July 22 he'd be her running mate. "I think you can see to the Clinton team...