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Archive for Friday, November 4, 2016

On Sunday, President Obama To Stump for Hillary Clinton in Kissimmee

President Obama will make his second trip to central Florida in the last ten days to stump for Hillary Clinton. This time, he will headline a Get Out the Vote event at Osceola County Stadium in Kissimmee. It is an area known for its bustling Puerto Rican community and its high concentration of voters who choose not to affiliate with Republicans or Democrats.
Published in Central Florida News, SwingVote16

Art In Orlando On Saturday November 12

If you have plans that dont involve being downtown next Saturday, you should steer clear of the entire area. But if you dont have plans at all, downtown is going to be the most vital two or three square miles in all of metro Orlando. November 12 brings together possibly the weirdest mashup of interests downtown has ever hosted. From 11 to 1, the annual Veterans Day Parade honors men and women whove fought in service of our country. From noon to 10pm, Come Out With Pride, which had to be rescheduled due to Hurricane Matthew, takes over downtown, the high point being their 4pm parade around Lake Eola. Also at 4pm, gates open for a free Bret Michaels concert ...
Published in Commentaries, From the Pages of Orlando Weekly

Orange, Osceola Poised To Deliver Florida’s First Black State Attorney

In the presidential race between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, who will win Floridas highly contested electoral votes is up in the air. But for one race here in central Florida, the result is pretty much a givenand it will make history. Voters in Orange and Osceola counties are poised to elect tFlorida's first black state attorney, Aramis Ayala.
Published in Central Florida News, SwingVote16