Week in Review: Gulfport Votes, President Re-Elected, Florida Lottery
A lot happened this week in news! The national election captivated the nation and Florida, Gulfport celebrated the annual Heroes Weekend events and more! Check out our top stories in our "Week in Review."
Local Election Day Coverage:
(VIDEO) Mayor Yakes: 'I Just Want Someone to Listen": Gulfport Mayor Mike Yakes showed his support and enthusiasm this morning by visiting several polling places.
(PHOTOS) Gulfport Heads to the Polls: Check out our photos from the polls. Did you snap a few pictures? Upload them here!
(VIDEO) Gulfport Voters Choose Obama: Watch our video and hear from Gulfport residents who voted for President Barack Obama.
(VIDEO) Gulfport Voters Choose Romney: Watch our video and hear from Gulfport residents who voted for Former Gov. Mitt Romney.
(VIDEO) Obama Volunteers Ecstatic About Victory: The Barack Obama campaign volunteers in Pinellas County were overjoyed by the fact that their hard work for the presidential run paid off.
Florida's Constitutional Amendments: What Passed, What Didn't and What That Means: Take a closer look at the 11 constitutional amendments and how Floridians voted on them
Other Top Stories:
Elderly Driver Dies After Collision Near Eckerd College: Robert Earl Shepherd, 85, died following a crash on 54th Ave S. Wednesday night.
Activists Keep Pressure on Rep. Young: GOP Congressman Bill Young won re-election Tuesday night, but still faces criticism from the Florida Consumer Action Network.
Florida's Lottery's Popular Millionaire Raffle Returns: The game offers the best odds of winning a cool $1 million.
Patch & AOL Send Hurricane Sandy Relief Trucks to Long Island, New Jersey: Employees help out, and you can, too.
Patch Minute: Cirque du Soleil in St. Petersburg: The one and only Cirque du Soleil big top show KOOZA will play now through Sunday, December 16 at the Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg.