Rihanna endorses Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum

Rihanna endorses Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum

Rihanna endorses Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum

And if you haven't already, go fucking vote. "It's called promises made, promises kept". Later on, though, at a rally for Senate candidate Mike Braun in IN, the President struck a nastier note.

In the home stretch of a campaign marked by a recent deadly anti-Semitic attack and the interception of parcel bombs sent to prominent Democrats including Obama, the former president called for defending 'the values that bind us to our fellow citizens, no matter who we are'.

Trump has infamously encouraged supporters to "knock the crap" out of people who protest him at rallies.

Democratic supporters wait in line to see former President Barack Obama.

DeSantis said his economic message of low taxes and limited government will appeal to many voters, including Hispanics, in contrast to his Democratic opponent, Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, who wants to raise corporate income taxes by $1 billion to pay for teacher raises. His focus has been the strong performance of the U.S. economy.

"And I say, all I'm doing is just telling the truth, what can I say?" he said. "I think they're going to unapologetically reject it on November 6 here in Florida".

While it's no surprise that in MSNBC's hypothetical world the Democrat wins every time, polls for Florida's gubernatorial race have been trending in Gillum's direction.

Other attendees said seeing Obama gave them hope. Gillum is one of two black Americans running for governor in the midterms. Stacey Abrams is running in Georgia.

Knight, the former coach of the Indiana Hoosiers, embraced Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, often appearing with the future president at rallies in the state.

Republican candidates in 2018 have, quite obviously, gone in a different direction.

Rep. Jeanette Nunez, a Miami Republican who is running for lieutenant governor with DeSantis, slammed Gillum for Tallahassee's crime rate, which is above the state average based on population.

Besides encouraging Democrats to vote, Obama also tried to bring Republicans to his side.

Even as the campaign back-and-forth dominates the headlines, the beginning of the weekend also belonged to the grassroots liberal groups that have quietly been gearing up for a massive, final get-out-the-vote push.

"Who voted?" Trump asked the packed arena. "Don't worry. I was pretty confused when I saw it up there, to see it there myself".

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