Chief Val Demings Meets With Voters in North Florida
TALLAHASSEE — This weekend, former Orlando Police Chief and candidate for the U.S. Senate Congresswoman Val Demings visited North Florida and spoke with voters in Panama City, Quincy, Tallahassee, and Sopchoppy.
Chief Demings began Friday touring areas of Panama City that were damaged by Hurricane Michael in 2018 and spoke to residents about recovery efforts. Chief Demings discussed the lack of affordable housing options that leaves many residents living in damaged homes and promised to fight to make housing more accessible for Floridian families of all sizes and incomes:
Next, Chief Demings held a meet and greet with supporters in Panama City, where she spoke about reaching every corner of Florida with her campaign:
Later, Chief Demings headed to Quincy to speak with local supporters about the stakes of the upcoming election and how to make the American Dream a reality for all:
Chief Demings ended the day with a rally in Tallahassee. Joined by fired-up supporters, Chief Demings told the crowd that she would never tire of showing up for Floridians:
On Saturday, Chief Demings attended the 20th Annual Worm Gruntin’ Festival in Sopchoppy. The festival celebrates locals who make a living worm grunting. Chief Demings helped kids participating in the worm grunting contest and spoke to local voters:
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