Tallahassee fundraiser for Chris Latvala on Sept. 23 to feature high-profile supporters

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Chris Latvala bring his House District 67 campaign to the city where he plans to work — Tallahassee — with a reception featuring several state lawmakers.

Latvala is inviting supporters to join him at a fundraiser reception September 23 at the Florida Dental Association governmental affairs office, 118 East Jefferson St., Tallahassee. The event begins at 5:30 p.m.

Latvala’s father, the iconic state Sen. Jack Latvala, joins a long list of political luminaries (many of them close family friends) to headline the host committee:

  • Sen. Denise Grimsley
  • Sen. Alan Hays
  • Sen. John Legg
  • Rep. Ed Hooper
  • Rep. Larry Ahern
  • Rep. Matt Gaetz
  • Rep. James Grant
  • Rep. Doug Holder
  • Rep. Jimmy Patronis
  • Rep. Kathleen Peters
  • Rep. Holly Raschein
  • Rep. Ross Spano
  • Rep. Dana Young
  • Former House Speaker Dean Cannon
  • Former House Speaker Larry Cretul
  • Former Representative Chris Dorworth 

Latvala can be expected to discuss the subject of creating jobs, his top priority for the people of District 67, which covers Clearwater and Largo.

To RSVP for the event, or learn more information on Latvala’s campaign, email gao@floridadental.org or call (850) 224-1089.



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