Northeast Florida has experienced a dose of trauma in the past month: Hurricane Matthew, our minor league baseball team’s name change from the Jacksonville Suns to the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, and the burden that we are considered a “critical county” in the presidential election.

The “critical county” designation has resulted in unending robo-calls, a television ad assault, two visits from Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, two by former President Bill Clinton, one by President Barack Obama, and numerous visits from a myriad of other supporting cast members for both presidential candidates – Democrat Hillary Clinton and Trump.

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