JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The stage is set, and the crowd is starting to thicken at the Prime Osborn Convention Center. An estimated 4000 people are here right now, anxious to see President Obama.
President Obama is expected be arrive within the hour. And when Mister Obama gets here, he'll get a warm welcome. Supporters from all over the state are here.
President Obama is on a two day tour of Florida. He's expected to sell his plan to cut taxes for the middle class, and to ensure that come November, he'll get Jacksonville's vote.
If you recall, President Obama lost Jacksonville back in 2008. The president is hoping that won't happen again this election.
President Obama is expected to start speaking at 1:15 p.m. However, staffers tell us it could be later than that because of the bad weather (click for First Alert forecast
) moving into Jacksonville right now.