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Rahm's Oct. 20, 2012 schedule: Tampa, St. Petersburg

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DULLES AIRPORT, VA.--Mayor Rahm Emanuel cranks up Obama supporters on Saturday during stops in Tampa and St. Petersburg.

Near Tampa, Emanuel hits an Obama for America office to, according to the campaign, "hold a Canvass Kickoff at the Obama for America -Temple Terrace Office to encourage supporters and volunteers to Vote Now!, the first statewide push to educate Floridians about in person absentee voting. Mayor Emanuel will discuss President Obama's concrete plans to create jobs and strengthen the middle class. With Vote Now!, Floridians can vote at their county Supervisor of Elections office before Early Voting begins.

From there, Emanuel hops over to St. Petersburg to meet with more campaign workers. On Sunday is in South Florida, near Boca Raton, where he speaks at two condos with heavy Jewish populations.

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