Levine to Open Second Tampa Bay Campaign Office
Philip Levine, who’s running for governor, will open a campaign office in Tampa on Sunday. His first Tampa Bay area office is in St. Petersburg. He’ll be stumping in Tampa on Saturday.
TAMPA – The Philip Levine for Governor campaign will be opening a campaign office in Tampa on Sunday.
The event, which is open to the public, will give supporters, volunteers and others a chance to join him for a conversation about their priority issues and his vision for the future of Florida. In addition to the offices in St. Petersburg and Osceola, this marks the campaign’s third regional office.
The opening is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Sunday (April 22) at 5118 N Nebraska Ave. in Tampa.
Levine said he plans to spend Saturday (April 21) stumping in Hillsborough County, participating in several events in the Tampa Bay area community.
In the afternoon, Levine will take part in a Black Business Bus Tour in Tampa. A sponsor of the tour, Levine will meet with more than 30 local vendors at the tour’s culmination and speak about the importance of supporting local businesses in the Tampa Bay community and across Florida.
Later in the evening, Levine will speak at the Hillsborough County Democratic Party’s annual Spring Fling gala, sharing his progressive vision for Florida with area Democrats and having a conversation about their concerns and priorities.
Levine, a Democrat, is one of more than 20 announced candidates for governor. Among the most well known of the candidates are Levin’s fellow Democrats Andrew Gillum, Tallahassee’s mayor, and Gwen Graham, a former member of the U.S. House of Representatives and daughter of former Florida Gov. Bob Graham.
The 20-plus-member gubernatorial field also includes Republicans Ron DeSantis, a member of the U.S. House, and Adam Putnam, the state’s commissioner of agriculture.
The primary is Aug. 28. The general election is Nov. 6.
For information about Levine, go to philiplevine2018.com.
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