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President Donald Trump spoke to a crowd of supporters attending a rally on Oct. 29, 2020 in Tampa. Most in attendance did not wear masks health officials recommend to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: Daylina Miller / WUSF Public Media

Tampa Appearances By Trump, Biden Are A Contrast In Crowds, Views

It was two tales of the same pandemic as both presidential candidates courted Florida voters in Tampa on Thursday. Former Vice President Joe Biden held an evening campaign event at the Florida State Fairgrounds. Earlier, President Donald Trump addressed thousands at a mid-day rally outside Raymond James Stadium.
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Justice Barbara Lagoa is sworn into the Florida Supreme Court on May 5th, 2019. Now a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, Lagoa is said to be on President Trump’s short list as a candidate to fill the US Supreme Court vacancy left by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Image: The Florida Channel

The Supreme Court Vacancy And Implications For Florida

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death adds more complexity to an already tense presidential election. Judge Barbara Lagoa, on the short list to fill the seat on the Supreme Court, is seen as a candidate whose nomination could help the president win votes in Florida.  Intersection’s Matthew Peddie discussed the political tussle over the vacancy with Republican analyst Chris Carmody and Democratic analyst Dick Batchelor. 
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