National Organization for Women president on 2016 election

Terry O'Niell of NOW favors Hillary Clinton
National Organization for Women president Terry O'Niell. By Seán Kinane / WMNF News (4 November 2016).

Tuesday is Election Day, the last day to vote; so we bring you voices from the major presidential campaigns. First up is a representative of the Donald Trump campaign in Florida. Christian Ziegler is the Republican state committeeman for Sarasota County; he also does digital marketing. Then we heard from a surrogate for the Hillary Clinton Campaign. Terry O’Neill is president of NOW – the National Organization for Women and the NOW Foundation; she’s also chair of the NOW Political Action Committee. We invited Libertarian Presidential nominee Gary Johnson and Green presidential nominee Jill Stein back on the show, but  did not get a response by air time.

This reminder from the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections (check your county’s SOE for specifics)

Vote By Mail ballots can be dropped off at any of our four offices on Election Day
–Election Service Center, 2514 N. Falkenburg Rd., Tampa
–County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 16th floor, Tampa
–Northwest Regional Office, 4575 Gunn Hwy., Tampa
–Southeast Regional Office, 10020 South U.S. Hwy. 301, Riverview

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