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2024326 2038-01-18 05:00:00.0 UTC 2038-01-18T00:00:00.000-05:00 2007-09-26 21:47:32.0 UTC 2007-09-26T17:47:32.000-04:00 content/grrrl-power published 2010-09-15 15:16:24.0 UTC 2010-09-15T11:16:24.000-04:00 drupal 90659 Former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno will be the featured speaker at the sold out annual convention of the Democratic Women's Club of Florida that runs Thursday through Sunday in Tampa. About 200 people are expected to attend the event, which includes speeches by Florida Democratic Party Chair Karen Thurman, Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio and Sarasota's Christine Jennings. Carrie Wadlinger, convention co-chair and president of the Demoractic Women's Club of Upper Pinellas said Hillary Clinton's presidential bid has the state's clubs feeling energized, even though they don't endorse candidates in primary elections. "Because there's a woman running for president, there is a lot of press about that, not to mention that women love Bill, we are getting a lot of people interested in joning the clubs," she said. True, women have run before. "But Hillary is the front runner," she said. "It's real different." Times Editor the-buzz-florida-politics Democrats,Hillary Clinton,Presidential campaign Grrrl power templatedata/tampabaytimes/BlogArticle/data/the-buzz-florida-politics/2007/09/26/90659-grrrl-power BlogArticle Former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno will be the featured speaker at the sold out annual convention of the Democratic Women's Club of Florida that runs Thursday through Sunday in Tampa. About 200 people are expected to attend the event, which includes speeches by Florida Democratic Party Chair Karen Thurman, Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio and Sarasota's Christine Jennings. Carrie Wadlinger, convention co-chair and president of the Demoractic Women's Club of Upper Pinellas said Hillary Clinton's presidential bid has the state's clubs feeling energized, even though they don't endorse candidates in primary elections. "Because there's a woman running for president, there is a lot of press about that, not to mention that women love Bill, we are getting a lot of people interested in joning the clubs," she said. True, women have run before. "But Hillary is the front runner," she said. "It's real different."Democrats,Hillary Clinton,Presidential campaignDemocrats,Hillary Clinton,Presidential campaign 2267176 2016-02-27 22:49:04.0 UTC 6 Months Ago hillary-clinton-to-campaign-in-miami-on-tuesday the-buzz-florida-politics Hillary Clinton to campaign in Miami on Tuesday BlogArticle 2268107 2016-03-05 22:46:31.0 UTC 6 Months Ago hillary-clinton-to-campaign-thursday-in-tampa the-buzz-florida-politics Hillary Clinton to campaign Thursday in Tampa BlogArticle 2265137 2016-02-12 11:16:00.0 UTC 6 Months Ago meet-floridas-hillary-clinton-friendly-democratic-superdelegates the-buzz-florida-politics Meet Florida's Hillary Clinton-friendly Democratic superdelegates BlogArticle <p>Former U.S. Attorney General <strong>Janet Reno</strong> will be the featured speaker at the sold out annual convention of the Democratic Women's Club of Florida that runs Thursday through Sunday in Tampa. About 200 people are expected to attend the event, which includes speeches by Florida Democratic Party Chair <strong>Karen Thurman</strong>, Tampa Mayor <strong>Pam Iorio</strong> and Sarasota's <strong>Christine Jennings</strong>. <strong>Carrie Wadlinger</strong>, convention co-chair and president of the Demoractic Women's Club of Upper Pinellas said <strong>Hillary Clinton's</strong> presidential bid has the state's clubs feeling energized, even though they don't endorse candidates in primary elections. &quot;Because there's a woman running for president, there is a lot of press about that, not to mention that women love Bill, we are getting a lot of people interested in joning the clubs,&quot; she said. True, women have run before. &quot;But Hillary is the front runner,&quot; she said. &quot;It's real different.&quot; </p> falseruntime2016-08-30 05:35:35