ORLANDO, Fla. — President Barack Obama touched down in Central Florida looking for campaign contributions.the smaller B-757 Air Force one touched down at Orlando International Airport on Thursday, and coming off the plane with Obama were Sen. bill Nelson and Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz. the two have traveled with the president his entire Florida trip.Nelson and Obama enjoyed a joke before climbing into a black sport utility vehicle within the president’s motorcade. they left the airport heading to the exclusive neighborhood of Isleworth.the president will attend an NBA-themed fundraiser at the mansion of Dallas Mavericks player Vince Carter. While there, organizers said the president will make a short speech and have dinner with local supporters, plus NBA players and Commissioner David Stern.Before the president arrived in Orlando, he spent much of his day in South Florida, where he gave a speech at the University of Miami before attending a gathering at the Miami home of veteran fundraiser Chris Korge. From there, Obama gave a speech to a packed crowd at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables.the president leaves Orlando $1 million richer in campaign money than when he arrived.