UF alum covers national political scene
Another step on the presidential election trail for 2012 is being taken today, in New Hampshire. Republicans arre deciding who they favor as their party’s nominee to face President Barrack Obama in the general election. A Univeristy of Florida graduate is part of the national press corps that’s been tracking the Republican contest. Jamie Dupree, a 1985 UF alum, is now the radio news director for the Cox Media Group. He spoke with Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s, Katiana Krawchenk9 earlier today about life on the campaign trail.
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