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DeathSantis will be interviewed this morning at 8 AM by Clay Travis about college football.

Apparently, the Big 10 may cancel this season. Clay Travis is rallying southern governors to resist the urge, although southern states are in the middle of a spike in cases.

The right wing is working overtime to politicize Covid.

It would be a shame if CFB is cancelled for the year, but getting governors to push universities and the NCAA into doing something unsafe would be completely irresponsible.

Just a heads up! This will be the next battle played out over the coming days and itíll likely be ugly.

FL Sen - Dist. 9 - Seminole and Volusia Counties Patricia Sigman is a serious contender.

It looks like Patricia Sigman (D) is a serious candidate to win the nomination this month. She can take the seat and flip it blue. If youíre inclined to donate please do. Her Republican opposition in the race is well-financed.


Longwood resident Patricia R. Sigman is a Democratic candidate on the primary ballot for state Senate, District 9. There is one opponent running against her for the seat and she is hopeful voters will turn out for the Aug. 18 primary elections to get her name on the ballot for the elections on Nov. 3.

Sigman is a long-standing member of this community. She and her husband, Phil, have been affiliated with Temple Israel and also Congregation of Reform Judaism.
"Seminole County is our home and our roots here run deep," she told Heritage. "The Sigman family has been here since the early 1960s."

Sigman, a board-certified Labor & Employment lawyer and a civil mediator for 26 years, has seen all aspects of law from the business, community and personal perspective. She is a small business owner (Sigman & Sigman, P.A. in Altamonte Springs), a voter protection leader, community volunteer, and with her husband, Phil, has raised three children - all of whom attended Seminole County Public Schools, as well as the JCC pre-school and JCC summer camps.

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