March 03, 2016 0 Comments

Marco Rubio cancels rallies in Kentucky and Louisiana

BREAKING: Marco Rubio quietly cancels rallies in Kentucky and Louisiana

KENTUCKY - Marco Rubio was scheduled to appear at two campaign rallies in Kentucky and Louisiana this Friday. Both events are now cancelled according to the Rubio campaign.  

Disappointed Rubio supporters planning to attend the Baton Rouge event received an email saying:

"In order to use Marco’s time as efficiently as possible before Saturday’s contests, Marco will not be making a stop in Louisiana Friday night.” 

Rubio was scheduled to appear Friday morning 10:15 AM March 4 at the Lexington, KY Center's Bluegrass Ballroom and again at 6:45 PM Friday in Baton Rouge, LA. Websites for both events are still online. Rubio is still scheduled to appear in the Fox News Republican debate Thursday night.

Marco Rubio quietly cancels rallies in Kentucky and Louisiana

Marco Rubio quietly cancels rallies in Kentucky and Louisiana

Marco Rubio only won one state after a poor showing on Super Tuesday. Many are speculating this may be the end of Marco Rubio's bid for the White House. What do you think? If you have have something to add please leave a comment.






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