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If He Runs, What Will Scott’s Blind Trust Reveal?

A new report from the Tampa Bay Times reveals that if Rick Scott runs for Senate his blind trust will violate federal disclosure requirements and, (Scott) will be required to disclose substantially more information about their finances, revelations that could highlight conflicts of interest and how Scott …dramatically increase his personal wealth.

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HB 7055 Is an Assault on Public Education

“Florida Republicans are once again showing that their own special interests come before the best interest of our children, and their future. This bill is a continued assault on our public education system that has been going on for nearly two decades with our Republican-controlled legislature. …”

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Seeking Volunteers

Our Community Events Committee include friendly faces that will staff tables and booths throughout the county! We work to increase our visibility at street festivals, farmer’s markets, house parties and many more events throughout Charlotte County.

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Open primary proposal draws debate

An effort to let voters decide if they want open primary elections advanced Friday, but moving to such a “top-two” system continued to draw questions from members of the state Constitution Revision Commission.

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Seeking Volunteers

Our Communications Committee oversees all of our public communication, including public relations, website design and maintenance, social media outreach and newsletter production. Publicity, advertising, and event promotion are additional responsibilities.

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