Hurricaine Sally; Vote-By-Mail; Census Consequences; Bars Reopening

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Four months’ worth of rain fell in just four hours in Pensacola on Wednesday as Hurricane Sally hit the far western portions of Florida . The Category 2 storm resulted in rescue efforts to save Floridians from storm surge and floodwaters. Tens of thousands in the Panhandle remain without power as more rain threatens the area this weekend. Damages include part of the Pensacola Bay Bridge falling into the ocean, significant water main breakage, and several feet of standing water throughout the city. Tom Ninestine , the managing editor of WUWF in Pensacola, joined us to discuss clean-up efforts, evacuations, and the help the city needs . Vote-By-Mail The Trump and Biden campaigns are spending millions of dollars targeting the most reliable type of voters - people over 60. While there has been a big jump in voter turnout among the youngest voters, senior citizens vote in higher concentrations. Joe Byrnes , a reporter at WMFE, spoke with us about how the candidates reach voters in The

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