Republican Parliamentary Candidate Rusty Roberts Approved by the Coastal Florida Police Charity Association in Florida’s 7th Parliamentary District.
RobertsFormer Chief of Staff of a former Republican Party member. John Mica From that district, it faces seven other Republican candidates for the nomination of vacant primary elections on behalf of Seminole and South Volcia counties.
The Coastal Florida Police Charity Association He represents 1,700 law enforcement professionals in 11 Florida counties, including Volusia and Seminole.
“Voters have a voice of common sense, practical and professional leadership within you for our community in Washington.” Mike Scudiero, Executive Director of Coastal Florida PBA. “I don’t think you are as qualified to represent the people of Central Florida. Our members are firmly supporting you in this election.”
Roberts faces former Mayor of Debary Erica Benfield, Brady DukeFormer Orange County Commissioner Ted Edwards, Corey Mills,manager Anthony Sabatini, Arsantos When Scott Stargill CD7 Republican primary.
“Our blue hero lives every day to protect our family, our business, and our way of life,” Roberts said in a news release of the campaign.
“Now, some on the left want to defend and handcuff the police to work effectively. Such proposals endanger public security. I always put law enforcement agencies I support. There is nothing more honorable than supporting Congress, “Roberts said.
CD7 Incumbent Democratic Party member. Stephanie Murphy In December, it was decided not to ask for the 4th term. Later, the Florida Constituency Change Map rewrote CD 7 and changed from a slightly democratic to a moderate Republican with a lean voter.
Democratic candidates are: Tatiana Fernandez, Karen Green, Al KurrikWhen Alexander Torana
Roberts of Longwood served as Chief of Staff of Mica for 18 years, helping to carry out several parliamentary campaigns. Roberts recently retired from Orlando-based Brightline’s Vice President of Government. The company is developing a high-speed passenger rail system between South Florida and Orlando. He is currently a member of the Florida Transport Safety Board.