Uncle Sam Endorses Uncle Luke in New Campaign Commercial

Categories: Politicks
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Jacob Katel
Hey, don't I know you from somewhere?
Gabrielle Redfern could probably pull it off, but If Carlos Gimenez, Roosevelt Bradley, Marcelo Llorente, Julio Robaina, or José "Pepe" Cancio hit the streets of downtown Miami at 2 a.m. and went to a couple of clubs they'd probably get looked at like police, creeps, narcs, drunk lawyers, or weirdos.

Luther Campbell had no problem connecting with the youth on Saturday night. And he cut a quick campaign commercial with Uncle Sam during a rally at EVE. Here's the video of that, and pictures of Luke at The Vagabond and Bar.



And here are some pics of Luther "Uncle Luke" Campbell campaigning on the streets of downtown Miami on Saturday night:

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And then she kissed him.
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Rep one time.
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Campbell, and lead vocals of music group YMF.
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Uncle Luke and Uncle Sam.
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Local artist Kaz Illa and her portrait.
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On 14th Street.
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Outside of Bar.
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Answering questions and connecting with the youth.
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Comrades.
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Talking politics.
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Storming the Vagabond.
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Taking pics with voters at Eve.
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Matthew Earl
Matthew Earl

The Marcelo Llorente campaign commercials are just racist.

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