AIF Announces new Batch of Endorsements
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AIF Announces new Batch of Endorsements

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The Associated Industries of Florida has announced their endorsements for candidates that are running for both the Florida Senate and House of Representatives in the upcoming 2020 General Election.

In a statement, AIF President and CEO Tom Feeney commented that the AIF is “proud to announce AIF’s 2020 General Election endorsements for Florida Senate and House candidates,” noting that “with early voting beginning next week and voters soon heading to the polls to cast their ballots, AIF is putting its support behind this additional slate of strong candidates who will fight for the best interest of Florida’s employers and employees.”

Moreover, Feeney expressed that “Floridians looking to support individuals who are committed to helping our state’s businesses and economy rebound from the recent downturn can feel confident voting for these AIF-endorsed candidates.”

Florida Senate  

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Senate District 29: Tina Polsky

Florida House

House District 1: Michelle Salzman

House District 4: Patt Maney

House District 9: Allison Tant

House District 22: Joe Harding

House District 27: Webster Barnaby

House District 32: Rep. Anthony Sabatini

House District 42: Fred Hawkins

House District 55: Kaylee Tuck

House District 59: Michael Owen

House District 64: Traci Koster

House District 69: Rep. Jennifer Webb

House District 72: Fiona McFarland

House District 77: Mike Giallombardo

House District 82: John Snyder

House District 103: Tom Fabricio

House District 105: David Borrero

House District 114: Demi Busatta Cabrera

 

Previously, the AIF had endorsed the following candidates:

 

Florida Senate

Senate District 1: Senator Doug Broxson

Senate District 5: Jennifer Bradley

Senate District 7: Senator Travis Hutson

Senate District 9: Jason Brodeur

Senate District 11: Senator Randolph Bracy

Senate District 13: Senator Linda Stewart

Senate District 17: Senator Debbie Mayfield

Senate District 20: Danny Burgess

Senate District 21: Jim Boyd

Senate District 23: Senator Joe Gruters

Senate District 25: Senator Gayle Harrell

Senate District 27: Ray Rodrigues

Senate District 35: Shevrin Jones

Senate District 37: Ileana Garcia

Senate District 39: Ana Maria Rodriguez

Florida House

House District 2: Rep. Alex Andrade

House District 3: Rep. Jayer Williamson

House District 6: Rep. Jay Trumbull

House District 7: Rep. Jason Shoaf

House District 10: Rep. Chuck Brannan

House District 11: Rep. Cord Byrd

House District 12: Rep. Clay Yarborough

House District 15: Rep. Wyman Duggan

House District 16: Rep. Jason Fischer

House District 17: Rep. Cyndi Stevenson

House District 18: Sam Garrison

House District 19: Rep. Bobby Payne

House District 21: Rep. Chuck Clemons

House District 23: Rep. Stan McClain

House District 24: Rep. Paul Renner

House District 25: Rep. Tom Leek

House District 26: Rep. Elizabeth Fetterhoff

House District 28: Rep. David Smith

House District 29: Rep. Scott Plakon

House District 30: Bob Cortes

House District 31: Keith Truenow

House District 33: Rep. Brett Hage

House District 34: Rep. Ralph Massullo

House District 35: Rep. Blaise Ingoglia

House District 36: Rep. Amber Mariano

House District 37: Rep. Ardian Zika

House District 38: Rep. Randy Maggard

House District 39: Rep. Josie Tomkow

House District 40: Rep. Colleen Burton

House District 41: Rep. Sam Killebrew

House District 44: Bruno Portigliatti

House District 50: Rep. Rene Plasencia

House District 51: Rep. Tyler Sirois

House District 52: Rep. Thad Altman

House District 53: Rep. Randy Fine

House District 54: Rep. Erin Grall

House District 56: Rep. Melony Bell

House District 57: Rep. Mike Beltran

House District 58: Rep. Lawrence McClure

House District 60: Rep. Jackie Toledo

House District 65: Rep. Chris Sprowls

House District 66: Rep. Nick DiCeglie

House District 67: Rep. Chris Latvala

House District 68: Rep. Ben Diamond

House District 71: Rep. Will Robinson

House District 73: Rep. Tommy Gregory

House District 74: Rep. James Buchanan

House District 75: Rep. Michael Grant

House District 78: Jenna Persons

House District 79: Rep. Spencer Roach

House District 80: Lauren Melo

House District 83: Rep. Toby Overdorf

House District 85: Rep. Rick Roth

House District 86: Rep. Matt Willhite

House District 87: Rep. David Silvers

House District 89: Rep. Mike Caruso

House District 93: Rep. Chip LaMarca

House District 94: Rep. Bobby DuBose

House District 96: Christine Hunschofsky

House District 106: Rep. Bob Rommel

House District 110: Alex Rizo

House District 111: Rep. Bryan Avila

House District 112: Rep. Nick Duran

House District 115: Rep. Vance Aloupis

House District 116: Rep. Danny Perez

House District 118: Rep. Anthony Rodriguez

House District 119: Rep. Juan Fernandez-Barquin

House District 120: Jim Mooney

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