Rubio Makes Campaign Stop In Ocala
As the race for U.S. Senate is heating up, Gov. Crist's opponent visited North Central Florida Friday evening.
Marco Rubio campaigned at the Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Ocala.
After a brief speech, Rubio answered questions from the audience about his views on abortion, immigration, and unemployment.
Rubio said he's disappointed with the way the federal government is handling the gulf oil spill.
Rubio took some time for pictures and spoke one-on-one with many Marion county residents.
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