In the final push before Florida’s primary, Marco spent Monday traveling across the state of Florida meeting with supporters and earning votes. At each stop, he shared with Floridians his vision for the future of Florida, and our country, and told them why he is the clear choice to represent Florida in the U.S. Senate.
While Marco traveled to Lee County, Bay County, Pensacola and Miami to meet with voters, volunteers in his Orlando office were hard at work to get out the vote…
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Florida Politics: Marco Rubio makes final swing through Florida ahead of primary
Sen. Lizbeth Benacquisto, a Fort Myers Republican and a member of Rubio’s Southwest Florida grassroots leadership team, introduced Rubio, saying she was supporting him because “of who he is and where he came from.”… “He’ll tell you the story … about his father who is the bartender and his mother who was a maid. It really is that simple — when you come from nothing you know what it is to push, to work, to ask people to believe in you to achieve your own maximum potential,” she said.
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Marco met with voters in Bay County…
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Marco stressed the importance of getting out the vote in Pensacola…
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio speaking to supporters at Seville Quarter. pic.twitter.com/jW2uQNzNF1
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Pensacola News Journal: Rubio shook hands and signed autographs…
Emily McNair sat at a table just a few feet from the dais where Rubio spoke. The 73-year-old Pensacolian said she appreciates that Rubio stands for family values and supports the military. His third trip to Pensacola in the past five months scored points with her, too.
ABC Pensacola: Rubio is making a final push through Florida before Tuesday’s primary election…
“We want to make sure that no matter what happens with the presidency you’re going to have a Senate that’s going to stand there to make sure we have a Supreme Court appointment. That is someone who interprets the Constitution the way it was meant to be interpret. Not interpreting or redefining it,” Senator Rubio said.
Marco ended his night in Miami, where he was greeted by volunteers and supporters…
Telemundo Miami Covers Marco’s Visit to Miami.
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Miami Herald: Rubio is expected to breeze through the primary against challenger Carlos Beruff…
Rubio spent the last day of the primary campaign traveling to Cape Coral, Lynn Haven (near Panama City) and Pensacola, before wrapping up in Miami.