Protesters came out to Port Charlotte to hear a controversial presentation on Islam.
Charlotte County's supervisor of elections gave a talk Thursday on what he calls "the history of radical Islam." Many questioned if that's appropriate for someone in his position.
Hayley Trejo led a small protest at the presentation.
"I feel like it is an abuse of his office's power. I feel like it's unethical," she said.
Trejo and others – including many in the Muslim community – worried about the Charlotte County official's speech.