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President Obama heads to Florida to campaign for Biden, Harris on Tuesday

President Obama heads to Florida to campaign for Biden, Harris on Tuesday
Posted at 12:09 PM, Oct 25, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-27 13:24:50-04

MIAMI, Fla. — Former President Barack Obama will be head back to Florida to campaign on behalf of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris on Tuesday.

The announcement comes after Obama campaigned for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden during a drive-in rally Saturday afternoon in North Miami.

According to a release, he will travel to Orlando on Tuesday, but specifics of the event have not been released.

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Obama encouraged voters to cast their ballots for his former vice president and Biden's running mate, Kamala Harris.

With election day quickly approaching, both the Republican and Democratic parties are bringing out key players to campaign ahead of November 3.

One of the crucial states they are focusing on is Florida.

Just hours later and a little farther north, Vice President Mike Pence rallied in Lakeland on behalf of President Trump.

The topics were similar to those we've heard in the debates, the economy, the COVID-19 crisis, healthcare, and race in America.

Related: Where are candidates campaigning in Florida?

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