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Sink to greet Bill Clinton for early vote rally in Miami on Thursday

Democrat Alex Sink who until now has strayed far, far away from the parade of Washington Democrats who come to Florida will meet up with former President Bill Clinton on Thursday for an early vote rally in Miami.

The move is designed to drum up some enthusiasm among the Democratic base and, presumably, the campaign believes that Clinton will be far less damaging that a hug from say, President Obama.

"President Clinton will address how critical voting for Sink is, especially during an election year that will so greatly impact Florida’s future,'' the campaign said in a press release.  
 

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Denny Wood

Someone needs to tell Clinton that he is helping an ADA Violator. He could not know that Sink has a horrible record with people with disabilities. See ADA capitol Report at www.dignity4disabled.com. I met Clinton at a Orlando Democratic Forum and he would not be helping a cabinet level ADA Violator. He always supported people with disabilities.
Denny Wood

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