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Phillip Levine on ‘Pensacola Speaks’ today at 5 p.m.

January 10, 2018

Miami Beach Mayor Phillip Levine and his Florida’s Living Rooms Bus Tour will in Pensacola this afternoon. Mayor Levine will also be my guest on “Pensacola Speaks” at 5:05 p.m. today.

A Democrat who served as the mayor of Miami Beach from 2013-2017, Levine is running for governor.

Notes for Wikipedia:

When he was first elected, he received 50.48% of the total vote in a four-person race. His campaign was also endorsed by former President Bill Clinton and U.S. Senator Bill Nelson. Levine ran on a platform of “Just Get It Done,” focusing on fixing street flooding and combating sea-level rise, cleaning up government corruption, reforming the police department and city finances, and placing a priority on customer service.

In 2015, Levine ran for re-election, and as he had done in 2013, Levine pledged to fund his own campaign, refusing money from special interests and limiting donations to $100 or less. He garnered over 65% of the total vote.

Check out – philiplevine2018.com.

Quint Studer will be my guest in the second half hour.

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