Thursday Political Headlines: Demings Opens Office, Mica takes to the air

Rolling full speed towards the end of the week that will lead to a visit from Vice President Joe Biden and a week preceding a visits from President Barack Obama and a return from GOP Nominee Mitt Romney. All of this at NALEO next week.

Today, we’ve got Congressional candidates and former OPD Chief Val Demings opening up her campaign office. She takes on current Representative Dan Webster in the fall.

We’ve also got John Mica taking to the air waves, launching an ad that will give him some leverage in his tough primary fight with fellow incumbent Sandy Adams.

All of this and Citrus Bowl progress in your Thursday political headlines.

WFTV 9 Eyewitness News: Double Play!

(VIDEO) Commissioner fights effort to bring more red light cameras to county

Commissioner fights effort to bring more red light cameras to county

CF News 13: Val Demings opens new congressional campaign office

Orlando Sentinel: Citrus Bowl deal on track, both mayors say

WKMG Local 6: Brevard sheriff’s candidate: Shoot sniper rifles with me

WOFL Fox 35: (AP) Dems: Obama could lose, donors better get moving

WESH 2: (CNN) -Poll: Blame still goes to Bush for bad economy

Renovations to the Citrus bowl are looking more like a probability than a possibility.

Tampa:

NBC- Politicians have no shame

WTSP 10 News- St. Pete mayor considering property tax increase

ACTION News- State Senator Jim Norman drops out of the race for re-election

WTVT FOX Tampa Bay- GOP scrambles after Giffords aide wins special vote in Arizona

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Miami:

6 NBC- U.K. Prime Minister Grilled at Media Inquiry

CBS Miami- Miami-Dade Public Defender Celebrating Impressive Weight Loss

Local 10 -School expansion plan causes controversy

WSVN 7 News- School board votes on MAST Academy expansion

Jacksonville:

News 4 JAX- Sheriff: No more layoffs without a fight

47 WTEV Jax- Contract competition

FCN- Election officials told Gov. Scott he wasn’t a voter

FOX WAWS 30: Leaders show support for anti-discrimination bill