Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum in St. Petersburg, Tampa tomorrow

The Democrat is in town for the final pre-midterm stretch.

click to enlarge Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum in St. Petersburg, Tampa tomorrow
Kimberly DeFalco

Democratic Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum will be swinging through the Bay area for two separate pre-midterm events tomorrow, Friday, Oct. 19.

First up is the St. Pete stop: Gillum — who's running on a progressive platform that scares the shit out of people who don't understand our country's most necessary programs are already at least partially socialist — will be at St. Petersburg College's Gibbs Campus Music Center (6605 5th Avenue North) for a town hall meeting; doors open at 11 a.m. and the event begins at noon. You can RSVP here.

Then the Tallahassee mayor will cross the bridge for a 4 p.m. rally with the Women for Gillum at Tampa's Water Works Park (1710 N. Highland Avenue). This shindig includes live music and food trucks, and will run until 6 p.m. You can RSVP for this one here, and if you're coming, you can avail yourself of one of the following parking options:

Regional-Royal lot (1200 N. Tampa St.)

Interstate lots (under I-275 along Tampa and Morgan streets)

Pierce Street lot (1301 N. Pierce St.)

Along Doyle Carlton Street

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