Huuuuge!! Bernie in Miami, Florida Rally & Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Intro (Video)

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Florida Courthouse Hosting Early Voting Allows Campaigning on Property

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by Daryl Parsons

VOLUSIA Fla. (Mar. 5, 2016) — Early voting started today in Florida permitting its residence to get a head start in this year’s presidential primary elections.

Being only the first day, the Volusia Courthouse was met with both voters and campaigning activity.

Campaign signs for both Trump and Clinton were affixed inside and around the Volusia Courthouse’s parking lot that services the courthouse where the election polling stations are at.

The poll station volunteers were asked about the signs and said there was no problem, “as long as they were 100 feet away from the building.” The emphasis here was from the building, and not the property.

Weather the 100 foot rule applies to the government property or building has yet to be clarified pending a review of the matter by city, state and federal election law officials.

Campaign advocates seeking to promote early voting for both Hillary and Sanders campaigns were also out front of the courthouse. They stood outside the 100 foot distance and were across the street not obstructing any entrance into the polling station building.

When asked why the election process at the Volusia courthouse permitted the Trump and Clinton sighs to e posted in the parking lot to the building, one poll person said, “as long as it’s 100 feet from the building,” that it was okay.

Early voting will continue until Mar. 12. Then two days later on Mar. 15, the general primary election will take place.

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Bernie Sanders Arrest Photo Proves He Walks the Walk

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by Daryl Parsons

(Feb. 19, 2016 22:00) Some people may think having a photograph of you being arrested may lead to undesirable publicity, shame, and ridicule. However, in the case where the photograph shows Bernie Sanders getting arrested for demonstrating during the civil rights movement, well, that is another story.

“The black-and-white photo shows a 21-year-old Sanders, then a University of Chicago student, being taken by Chicago police toward a police wagon. An acetate negative of the photo was found in the Tribune’s archives, said Marianne Mather, a Chicago Tribune photo editor.”

Talking about having a proven record.

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