Rubio, Meek, Crist Wrap Up Campaigns

Monday, 01 Nov 2010 12:33 PM

 

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Democrat Kendrick Meek will get the chance to show former President Clinton still supports his Senate campaign on the day before the election.
Meek, who last week refuted reports that Clinton asked him to drop out of the race, will be at a rally with the former president Monday to cap an all-night, all-day campaign marathon.

Rubio, Crist, Meek, Senate, Florida, elections, 2010Meanwhile independent Gov. Charlie Crist is stopping in six cities in his final effort to try to overcome Republican Marco Rubio's lead in the polls.
Rubio is also flying around the state, stopping in four cities and ending his day mid-afternoon.

The winner of Tuesday's election will replace Republican Sen. George LeMieux, who Crist appointed to fill Mel Martinez' unexpired term.

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