3 The president appears to have a long road ahead of him. Tonight - we're hearing from some of our State lawmakers with their take on a strike against Syria. They feel they're in the same situation .. as ALL of us: They want THEIR opinions heard, by - THEIR - elected representatives. Channel 4's Kent Justice joins us live from Memorial Park tonight in Riverside with more on their responses... Kent? 3 3 00-1020-2837-471:04-1:11U.S. SEN. BILL NELSON / FLORIDA That's U-S Senator Bill Nelson from Florida - clear on where he stands concerning the short-term use of force in Syria.Two northeast Florida voices - representing you in state politics - sharing their opinions on THE national topic this week: What should America do about Syria - and the claims of chemical weapons use on civilians? TAKE SOT Gibson State Senator Audrey Gibson believes the President has a tough challenge in choosing to respond.State Senator Aaron Bean says he's hearing from his constituents now - because with the threat of an American military strike - Syria always seems to come up in conversation.TAKE SOT Bean Even with Syrian Americans organizing public displays opposing military intervention - Bean believes it comes down to what's best for America. Gibson says she wants to trust President Obama with making the right call.TAKE SOT Gibson TAKE SOT Bean 3 Kent, Are the legislators getting much formal feedback from their constituents?