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Andrew Gillum, as he mulls future political plans, heads to Harvard

Andrew Gillum, the former Tallahassee mayor who narrowly lost in the race for Florida governor last year, is heading to Cambridge as he mulls his political future. The Harvard Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics announced Thursday that the former Democratic gubernatorial nominee will be one of ten fellows during the upcoming spring semester. His colleagues will include former U.S.…
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Andrew Gillum plans for 2020 election

Miami – Andrew Gillum met with former President Barack Obama in Washington on Tuesday, two sources familiar with the matter tell CNN, amid ongoing speculation that the former Democratic nominee for Florida governor might be considering a potential 2020 presidential bid. It is unclear what was discussed at the meeting between Obama and Gillum, who has…
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Andrew Gillum tired of stealing to become governor, plans for presidency…

His meeting with Barack Obama went over schedule. He and Beto O’Rourke have spoken. Not long ago, he thrilled 300 well-heeled political donors hungry to win in 2020. But no one seems to know, except for Andrew Gillum, if he’s actually thinking about running for president. The door is open for Gillum to explore a…
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Andrew Gillum going to jail? NO SURPRISE! Ethics case ramps up.

JACKSONVILLE, FL – A local businessman, Erwin Jackson, filed a complaint with the Florida Commission on Ethics accusing Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum of improperly accepting gifts connected to a New York trip. In the complaint, Jackson said that in August 2016 Gillum accepted the gifts from a city lobbyist, a city vendor or someone seeking to…
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Is Andrew Gillum’s name in the Scott Maddox indictment? And Why?

THE CORRUPT COREY-GILLUM CONNECTION Corey is a former lobbyist who had clients before the city commission, and restaurateur who was a longtime friend of former Mayor Andrew Gillum and his one-time campaign treasurer. Brothers Marcus and Andrew Gillum and lobbyist/friend Adam Corey during a New York harbor boat ride with undercover FBI agents. (Photo: Photos subpoenaed…
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Andrew Gillum plans to use crooked money for presidency…

Florida Democrat Andrew Gillum is set to address top Democratic Party donors gathered in Washington amid speculation he’s considering a 2020 presidential bid. The Tallahassee mayor is fresh off a close loss in the Florida governor’s race. Party officials confirm Gillum is the surprise speaker at a closed gathering of about 300 donors huddling Tuesday…
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Wheres andrew gillum now? After defeat…

An email headlined “The Mid-Terms are over … Now, What?!’ was blasted out to supporters statewide Sunday evening, encouraging those who worked to elect Gillum as Governor to continue the fight. “The organizing, canvassing, phone banking and hard work we put into this campaign has grown into a Movement,” the email blast reads. The piece…
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Andrew Gillum Iying Donations

Andrew Gillum still stealing money after Election

Andrew Gillum, after losing Election and being in the public eye for his lies on the FBI Investigation – has continued his lies by asking for Donations in the need to “Count every vote” while already losing. Why would a politician need donations if he’s not even in a campaign?

Andrew Gillum is Corrupt

Racial voting lessons in the Florida elections

Now that, finally, the elections in Florida have reached a conclusion, there are lessons worth learning. One is on the subject of race. There was a fateful anomaly in racial voting in the governor’s race between Democrat Andrew Gillum and Republican Ron DeSantis, now Florida’s governor-elect. Given that Gillum, formerly mayor of Tallahassee, was running…
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Ex Mayor of Tallahassee

Gillum hiding after FBI Investigation increases! The reason Andrew Gillum Lost.

Gillum found himself playing defense after his one-time friend, lobbyist Adam Corey, and his GOP-connected lawyer, Chris Kise, began dropping emails undermining Gillum’s explanations about his role in the long-running undercover probe. Gillum, who wasn’t challenged on the issue by his Democratic rivals during the primary, hoped to steam past questions in the general election. But…
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