Biden drops in campaign office

Orlando volunteers surprised by Vice President

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ORLANDO, Fla. - Vice President Joe Biden dropped in on an Obama/Biden campaign field office at 516 East Colonial Ave in Orlando Saturday morning.

The office, located on the second floor, is made up of small rooms with tables of volunteers making phone calls.  

Per the campaign, the field office is regional headquarters for East Central Florida and a hub for reaching out to the growing Hispanic population in the area. It has been open for more than a year.
Biden and his daughter, Ashley Biden, arrived with large brown "Boxes of Joe'' from Dunkin Donuts.  In addition Biden carried a large white bag of donuts.   

As Biden entered, people applauded, and he told the room, "This is what you call interfering with productivity.''

"We wanted to come to the epicenter of the epicenter, man.  Florida, you guys produce, we win Florida, we win Florida, this is all history, man. Thank you so much, thank you so much for what you're doing,  Barak and I can't tell you how much we appreciate, for real," Biden told the volunteers.

"I'll tell you what, I'm feeling good,'' Biden said. "Thank you so much.  I just wanted to come by say hi.''

As Biden hugged a young woman who was smiling at him, Marissa Priceman, 17, of Orlando, she started to cry.

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