Frank Torres, Orlando Freelance Reporter

Thursday Morning Political Headlines: Jeb, Rubio, and Romney tonight at RNC

In Uncategorized on August 30, 2012 at 12:58 pm

A lot of great content for you today.

Last night had it’s share of highlights at the RNC in Tampa and there will be a full review shortly. The ceremony looks to close with a united Conservative front to move forward to election day.

Those charged with the task? A couple of hometown favorites and the party’s nominee.

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush takes to the stage tonight. The man considered by many to be the one of the most sensible voices in the party, will try to focus and inspire what will be a capacity audience in the forum.

Then the rising star of the Republican party, Florida Senator Marco Rubio will introduce Mitt Romney and will aim to get the crowd fired up for the GOP nominee. It’s not going to be a difficult task. The gifted speaker might actually have to dial down his speech to give Romney some space to reach the enthusiasm ceiling.

It’s shaping out to be an exciting end to the festivities down the road.

That story and an interesting appointment made by State Attorney elect Jeff Ashton, lead your Thursday Morning Political Headlines.

WKMG Local 6: Double Play!

(Video) Ryan speech energizes convention crowd

Jeff Ashton appoints Linda Drane Burdick as assistant state attorney

WESH 2: (Video) Paul Ryan speaks at RNC, says GOP will be ‘responsible’

Orlando Sentinel: Ryan rouses GOP convention by trashing Obama on economy

WFTV 9 Eyewitness News: (Video) Jeff Ashton names Linda Drane Burdick as pick for chief assistant state attorney

WOFL FOX 35: (Video) Fla. Sen. Rubio preps for Thursday night speech at RNC

CF News 13: (Video) Paul Ryan makes his case for Mitt Romney

Rubio will introduced Mitt Romney on one of the biggest political stages in the world

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