Maybe the presidential candidates and their surrogates could just wave at each other from Florida's airport tarmacs.
Last week, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and his running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, did something of a tag-team routine as they campaigned across Florida for five straight days.
Trump started in Panama City Beach, spent the next day visiting Ocala and Lakeland, and finished the following day in West Palm Beach. Pence picked up from there, campaigning one day in Pensacola and Miami and the next night speaking to Republican leaders in Tampa.