Woman pays tribute to Eastwood's empty chair speech | News
St. Petersburg, Florida -- A St. Pete woman inspired by a famous Republican National Convention speech has created a tribute to actor Clint Eastwood in her front yard.
Evelyn Watts made a poster that reads, "Clint Eastwood, you have my vote."
While Eastwood spoke to an empty chair representing President Barack Obama during his headline-making speech, Watts displayed her poster in a green plastic chair near the curb to pay tribute.
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