More “Five for Florida” Endorsers Announced

July 17, 2012

BOCA RATON – Americans for Prosperity’s Florida State Director Slade O’Brien announced today that the following candidates and elected officials have endorsed Five for Florida:

  • Jack Myers, Candidate for Senate District 15
  • John Korsak, Candidate for Senate District 17
  • Chris Smithmyer, Candidate for Senate District 31
  • Rebecca Sharp, Candidate for House District 17
  • Keith Perry, Candidate for House District 21
  • Michael Cornish, Candidate for House District 24
  • David Hood, Candidate for House District 25
  • Former Rep. Bruce Antone, Candidate for House District 46
  • Rep. John Tobia, Candidate for House District 53
  • Tres Holton, Candidate for House District 53
  • Jake Raburn, Candidate for House District 57
  • Dan Raulerson, Candidate for House District 58
  • Ross Spano, Candidate for House District 59
  • Michael “Mike” Floyd, Candidate for House District 59
  • Jim Boyd, Candidate for House District 71
  • Robert McCann, Candidate for House District 73
  • Ray Rodrigues, Candidate for House District 76
  • Dane Eagle, Candidate for House District 77
  • Tami Donnally, Candidate for House District 86
  • James Gleason, Candidate for House District 97
  • Alex Dominguez, Candidate for House District 112
  • Amory Bodin, Candidate for House District 114
  • Rep. Jose Felix Diaz, Candidate for House District 116
  • Margaret Iuculano, Candidate for Hillsborough County Commission, District 6
  • Vanessa Baugh, Candidate for Manatee County Commission
  • Rodney “Smokey” Smithley, Candidate for Manatee County Supervisor of Elections
  • William “Bill” McDaniel, Candidate for Collier County Commission, District 3
  • Trey Radel, Candidate for Congressional District 19
  • Karen Harrington, Candidate for Congressional District 23

“The candidates and elected officials who have endorsed Five for Florida are providing proof that they are dedicated to a better Florida and that they will support the principles of limited government and economic freedom.  By endorsing Five for Florida elected officials and candidates are sending a strong signal to Floridians that they are committed to a more economically competitive Florida, to eliminating political cronyism, to expanding educational opportunities for our youth, and to making government more transparent and accountable to its citizens,” said Mr. O’Brien.

He continued, “If the Five for Florida policy agenda is implemented in Tallahassee during the next legislative session Florida will unquestionably become the most attractive State in the nation for families, businesses and entrepreneurs, and that’s is exactly where we want to be.”

Read the full Five for Florida plan at www.FIVEforFLORIDA.com.

See the full list of Five for Florida endorsers HERE.

AFP does not endorse candidates. All elected officials and candidates are encouraged to endorse Five for Florida and go on the record in support of limited government and economic freedom.

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