Frank Torres, Orlando Freelance Reporter

Sunday Morning Political Headlines: Obama in Melbourne Today

In Uncategorized on September 9, 2012 at 6:15 pm

Happy Sunday and welcome to the week 1 of NFL action.

This is a political blog so, let’s get some work done.

President Barack Obama spoke to thousands of supporters in Melbourne today. POTUS continued his tour of the Sunshine state after making a stop in Kissimmee yesterday and the Obama campaign isn’t going to stop with the President’s weekend swing, they’ve got former President Bill Clinton coming to town on Wednesday.

Mitt Romney will be in Florida on the same day talking to voters in Hillsborough county.

This morning Obama told supporters in attendance that his it was a choice between two visions for the country. He played off of the talking points in his DNC speech he gave on prime time television last week. He’s on his way to West Palm Beach and will be making several surprise stops along the way.

That story leads your Sunday political headlines.

CF News 13: DNC Wrap-Up Political Connections on CF News 13 at 130pm and 730pm

WKMG Local 6: (Video) ‘Flashpoint’ recaps political conventions

WFTV 9 Eyewitness News: Bill Clinton to campaign in Orlando area for Obama

WESH 2: (Video) Obama makes campaign stop in Kissimmee

WOFL Fox 35: President Obama Tours Central Florida

Orlando Sentinel: President Obama delivers upbeat message in Kissimmee

Former President Clinton will be in town Wednesday for the Obama Campaign

  1. […] Former President Bill Clinton will be in Orlando on Wednesday. We told you about that appearance yesterday. […]

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