Politics & Government

Candidates, surrogates again return to Tampa Bay this week

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks at rally in Tampa on Oct. 26, 2016.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks at rally in Tampa on Oct. 26, 2016. Bradenton Herald

The presidential candidates and/or their surrogates are expected back in the Tampa Bay area this week, highlighting Florida’s role in picking the next president of the United States.

Less than a week after a rally in downtown Tampa, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton will be back in Tampa Bay, with an appearance at Pasco-Hernando State College’s east campus. (Click here to register for event.) Her husband, former President Bill Clinton, will be in Pinellas County on the same day, at the Thomas “Jet” Jackson Recreation Center at Wildwood Park, 1000 28th St. S., St. Petersburg. (Click here to register for Bill Clinton event.)

Clinton also plans campaign stops this week in Dade City, Sanford, and Fort Lauderdale.

The next day, Vice President Joe Biden will hit the stump for Hillary Clinton in Tampa.

Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence was scheduled to hold a rally at St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport on Monday.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has no campaign stops planned this week inTampa Bay, but will be in Orlando, Miami and Pensacola.

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