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This year we have an opportunity to elect Democrats to represent us at every level of government, and there’s never been more at stake. To do this, we need everyone to help! CLICK – To Sign Up Join us as we hit the pavement, knock on doors, and have conversations with our friends and neighbors …

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State lifts voting restrictions in eight Panhandle counties hit by hurricane

Gov. Rick Scott issued an executive order Thursday that eases voting restrictions in eight Panhandle counties where election plans have been severely disrupted by Hurricane Michael. The storm left more than 400,000 people without power and damaged or destroyed elections offices and polling places across the region. (Read more in TampaBay.com)

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Bloomberg’s gun safety group to spend another $1.8 million on Nikki Fried, Sean Shaw

Everytown for Gun Safety, a gun-control group co-founded by former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, said Thursday that in addition to throwing $2 million behind Democratic candidates seeking Florida Cabinet positions, it will be dedicating $1.8 million solely to agriculture commissioner nominee Nikki Fried and attorney general hopeful Sean Shaw. (Read more in TampaBay.com)

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After the storm: Andrew Gillum resumes campaigning

There’s so much at stake for Floridians, and I’m ready to get back out there to talk to voters about the issues that matter to them. We have just 19 days left in this race — it’s time to #BringItHome! pic.twitter.com/6nBIy98aB6 — Andrew Gillum (@AndrewGillum) October 18, 2018 Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum returned to the trail …

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Did Mitch McConnell just cut Bill Nelson a huge break by foreshadowing Medicare cuts?

“Mitch McConnell made a big mistake yesterday: he gave away his real intentions,” Nelson said Wednesday. “You let the seniors of this state know the Majority Leader is thinking about cutting Social Security and Medicare, they’re not going to be too happy.” (Read more in TampaBay.com)

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Fischer, Deutsch vie for Englewood East votes

Fischer is troubled over reports that the Sunseeker developers have no intention to work with the county’s small businesses. She also questioned plans for the public riverwalk and the public access to it. The Sunseeker has proposed a 90-foot tall tower, which would exceed the county’s 35-foot height limit. (Read more in Sun)

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Florida Democrats Collect Supplies for Hurricane Michael Victims, Contact 200,000 Voters

With 23 days left until Election Day, Florida Democrats were out across the state working to Get Out the Vote. Democrats knocked over 50,000 doors, made over 62,000 phone calls, and sent over100,000 texts — just this weekend. That brings the total outreach efforts in this election cycle to more than 9,000,000 knocks, calls or …

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R. Jai Gillum serves as a positive testimonial to her Husband

R. Jai Gillum serves as a positive testimonial to her husband’s widely publicized political story arc. “One thing I can tell you about my husband is that he is a fighter,” R. Jai Gillum says in the spot. “He was the first in his family to graduate high school and college.” She also speaks to …

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