Politics Are the Talk of the Town

It's the Downtown Getdown and many are thinking about Saturday's big game. Aside from the game there are a few in the capital city this weekend who can't help but to recall what happened here four years ago.

Richard Rovosa, a Bush supporter, says, "They made more of a deal about it than it really was, but I think the right result was reached and it took the U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in on it."

Fast forward four years; the capital city seems more political then ever. Many say Tallahassee has again become a political hot spot with international media attention already starting to surface.

And following the recent debates there are mixed views on who's actually on top. Bush supporters say they would prefer four more years, while Kerry supporters say that's not happening.

Courtney Modlin, a Kerry supporter, says, "I think he's got a great chance, he's really been doing well so far. He's been doing well in the debates. People want to see what else is out there."

Whether you're talking politics or football, folks say they plan to stick with their team.

Tallahassee has indeed been a campaign hot spot this month with visits from political celebrities like Vice President Dick Cheney, Janet Reno and members of the Congressional Black Caucus, not to mention a visit from Democratic vice presidential candidate John Edwards on Sunday.