Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton Plan To Hit Campaign Trail This Week In Florida
By Sunshine State News // October 24, 2016
Election Day is Nov. 8
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(SUNSHINE STATE NEWS) – Donald Trump is about to have a huge week in Florida.
Beginning Sunday, Trump will make a seven-stop tour in the Sunshine State, the nation’s most crucial swing state, in an attempt to win the presidency in November.
Trump is down in the polls and Florida is a must-hit for his campaign as it enters its final few weeks.
The firebrand and sometimes controversial Republican presidential candidate will begin his seven-stop tour in Naples Sunday. He’ll then head to St. Augustine and Tampa Monday and will round out his campaign stops in Sanford Tuesday.
The dates were listed on Trump’s official campaign website Thursday and Friday.
Other reports said Trump would be making stops elsewhere in Florida, with additional rallies planned for West Palm Beach, Miami and Tallahassee.
Trump has frequented Florida in recent months, but next week will be one of his most jam-packed schedules in the Sunshine State, where he resides part time.
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He’s not the only one who will be coming to Florida — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will be hitting Florida next week and she’ll be bringing a star-studded cast along with her.
Not only will President Barack Obama be joining Clinton for a rally in Orlando next Friday, but her husband, Bill Clinton, has been making his rounds in Florida this week, appearing in Orlando for a teachers’ union convention Friday before heading to Jacksonville.
The former president will also roll through Panama City and Pensacola.
Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine will appear in Orange County Sunday, spending two days in Florida, making stops in Central Florida to Miami.
Hillary Clinton will also have some musical help via Jennifer Lopez, who is planning a concert rally for Clinton in Miami on Saturday. Clinton herself will hold a rally Tuesday in Fort Lauderdale and will attend a fundraiser in Miami later that day.
Monday marks the beginning of early voting in many parts of the state and will continue until Nov. 6. Over one million Floridians have already cast their votes via vote-by-mail ballots.
Polling between Trump and Clinton was incredibly tight just over a month ago, but Clinton has begun to trounce Trump after he made controversial comments regarding women in a leaked tape which was released earlier this month.
Election Day is Nov. 8.