Good morning from sunny Orlando, Fla. The sun shining in my hotel room literally woke me up this morning.
And, I loved it.
Today there are a few big political stories going on.
1. President Obama will deliver remarks pushing his American Jobs Act, on a bridge that connects Ohio and Kentucky. Ohio happens to be the home of House Speaker John Boehner. Kentucky happens to be the home of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. Interesting.
2. There's a big debate tonight in Orlando, Fla. Florida is always a big deal, because it is considered a bellwether state. Florida is like a mini-U.S. Issues like social security, immigration, Israel, they're all huge down here. Florida has a lot of senior citizens, and a lot of implants from other states.
It's a melting pot. A melting pot with 29 electoral votes that are very important to winning a general Presidential election. But Florida matters in the GOP nomination, as well. Look for Mitt Romney and Gov. Rick Perry to try to make some Florida friends tonight.
I'll be there, working with Chief Political Correspondent, David Brody, on a report for "The 700 Club" tomorrow morning. Follow us during the debate, live on Twitter: @danabrownritter and @thebrodyfile