President Barack Obama to Campaign for Andrew Gillum in Miami Friday

MIAMI, Fla. (FNN NEWS) – Former President Barack Obama is coming to Florida to campaign for Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum, U.S. Senator Bill Nelson and other leading Democratic candidates in Miami at Ice Palace Films Studios Friday November 2nd, the Florida Democratic Party announced on Monday.

An Obama rally in Florida with Gillum was certainly no big surprise: the United States’ first black president campaigning with Florida’s first black major-party nominee.

File – President Obama campaigned in 2016 for Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at UCF in Orlando. (Photo by Willie David / Florida National News)

Gillum Statement on Obama’s Visit

“I’m proud and humbled to have President Obama, my friend and a true patriot, on the campaign trail here in Florida,” Gillum said in a statement.  “President Obama knows what’s at stake in this election – protections for people with pre-existing conditions, funding for public schools, and leadership to restore our environment.

“With President Obama’s help, we’re going to bring it home for Florida this November.”

How To Get Tickets

The Florida Democratic Party said free tickets can be picked up in person at one of four locations. One ticket per person will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.

Tickets will be available from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday and 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday. The pick-up locations are:

  • Coral Gables: 354 Minorca Ave. 
  • North Miami: 822 NE 125th St., Suite 110; 
  • Miami Gardens: 16190 NW 27th Ave.; and
  • Fort Lauderdale: 1033 NW Sixth St., Suite 206
WHOPresident Barack Obama, Senator Bill Nelson, Andrew Gillum, Florida Democratic Party’s Winning Ticket
WHATPresident Obama Rally with Nelson, Gillum, Florida Democrats
WHEREIce Palace Films
59 NW 14th St
Miami, FL 33136

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