Marco Rubio Makes Political Push in Panama City

By: Chad Mira Email
By: Chad Mira Email

Panama City - Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Marco Rubio made a stop in Panama City, Wednesday. The stop is part of his "Road to reclaim America" bus tour. This was his second stop on the tour that started in Pensacola Wednesday morning.

A couple hundred people were waiting in McKenzie park when Marco Rubio's bus rolled up. Rubio will be touring Florida for the rest of the week during the last few days of early voting. During his rally he talked about the importance of early voting, saying that procrastinating when it comes to voting can lead to problems.

A couple of his main talking points were the national debt and job creation.

"They're created by everyday people from all walks of life that start a business and expand an existing business; that understand that that's what it takes to grow our economy and what we need are political figures that understand that the role of government is to make it easier, not harder, for people to open up a business or expand an existing business," Rubio said.

There are 16 stops on his bus tour, and it ends Sunday in Fort Myers.

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