eric sandoval continues our team coverage on the super tuesday. he's live in miami where marco rubio is hoping to beat the odds. >> reporter: yeah it is going to be an uphill battle for rubio but he says it's not impossible. i want to draw a comparison here for the difference between 6:00 and 7:00. everybody is starting to file in now to the kickoff event here in miami for marco rubio and his florida campaign. i want to show you how long this line is. it winds all the way back here and all the way into the parking lot. a lot of people coming out after work for this rally tonight. i want to show you how many have gathered early this evening to stake their place in line. we talked to a lot of them. about rubio winning the primary. many of them made signs supporting him. others brought their entire families. they think donald trump's time is running out and they're ready to have rubio take his place. >> trump might be the leader right now, and winning all the delegates, but today people are going to realize that once we sweep florida and we take flor
news 6 reporter eric sandoval is live at rawlins college where former president bill clinton is about to rally the party faithful. >> reporter: putting it mildly, bill clinton is going to make sure all these people behind me gets off the couch tomorrow and goes to the polls to support. he says it's one thing to support a candidate and entirely different to actually cast the vote. he wants to make sure everyone votes for hillary clinton tomorrow. you can see the crowds are gathering here at the gym on the campus of rawlins college. people got in the car and came over to rawlins college after they got off work, we saw everyone waiting to get in to tonight's rally. we asked a few of them why they were here. what was the clencher that got them to come to tonight's rally. here's what a couple of them had to say to us. >> i've never seen a president, so it's kind of cool. >> i'm getting more politically involved right now. this is the first time i'm able to vote. i just want to know what people are talking about. >> reporter: she's going to get an earful of what people are talking about whe
news 6 reporter eric sandoval is live in miami tonight with the rubio campaign. >> matt: eric, you've been saying this event is much smaller than some of the other ones you've covered, right? >> reporter: absolutely, matt. were down here in miami covering rubio's florida kickoff event, here. that was huge, compared to this event tonight. university. we're at the athletic arena. this is the same place that the miss universe pageant was held. we're not in the arena, this is just the lobby of the arena. a university official this afternoon told me the rubio campaign didn't want to spend the extra money to get inside the media. so you can see the media is flanked along the concession stand back there and packed like sardines along the risers. we're expecting marco rubio to take to the stage somewhere around 9, 9:30. once we get a good sense of where the voting numbers are, he's been sending out tweets and e-mails and posting on facebook all day today, urging people to get to the polls to cast their votes for marco rubio. cry was heard or not as the vote numbers come in. we're live at f.i.
eric sandoval is there live. what can you tell us right now? >> reporter: well, i just talked to the department of forestry tonight. i actually got some updated information. i wanted to show you the fire is still burning. we're on quinton avenue and staring north. you can see the smoke billowing from the trees. the department of forestry says the fire is 100% contained. it started from construction fire and spread to vegetation around here. the fire broke out about 3:00 this afternoon here in palm bay. streets were shut down, people were not allowed to get into this neighborhood for about four hours. the streets are now starting to open up a little bit, though. fire crews from several agencies battled the flames, trying to prevent them from hitting more we know four homes were hit. again, 100% containment at this time. fire crews are going to be here throughout the night to make sure there aren't any more flare-ups. back out here live, we're looking up quinton avenue here, up the street, actually right where the fire truck is right there is whe
news 6 reporter eric sandoval is there and he'll have a follow-up report tonight at 11:00. news of the bounced checks comes as we're asking questions about another election mishap. >> lisa: we were there yesterday when polling places ran out of ballots and people were turned away. news 6 reporter troy campbell is getting answers. >> reporter: the supervisor of elections says the wrong number how many it affected, it's unknown. he said unknowingly, when ballots were delivered about a dozen polling locations did not receive the right amount. news 6 was there as these voters were turned away in apopka. so we're asking questions. did we know all along the right number, and then when it's an excel spreadsheet, that's where the error happened. it's something we had the wrong number all along? >> no. >> reporter: he says before 10 a.m., several polling locations contacted county officials and said they've run out of ballots, when the county went into overdrive, printing and delivering more forms. the county offered to personally deliver a ballot to any voter turned away. he says n
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