Want to know where Carlos Beruff has been since he announced he was running for U.S. Senate?
There’s a map for that.
On Monday, the Beruff campaign released a map — called the “Road to 67” campaign tracker — showing all of the counties he has visited since announcing his U.S. Senate bid in February.
“Voters in Florida are fed up with career politicians who talk pretty, but don’t listen,” he said in a statement. “When I launched this campaign I knew I wanted to visit every single Florida county so I could share my message and learn about the real issues that matter to voters across our great state.”
The Bradenton Republican said he has visited 40 counties since announcing his candidacy. He said he plans to visit all of the state’s counties by the end of May.
“I’m excited to continue meeting with Floridians and sharing my message about the change we need in Washington on the rest of the Road to 67,” he said.
Beruff faces Rep. Ron DeSantis, Rep. David Jolly, Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera and Todd Wilcox in the Aug. 30 Republican primary.
Connecting with the people of Florida is my first priority. I have traveled to 40 counties and will hit all 67! -CB pic.twitter.com/I0jNBVec5S
— Carlos Beruff (@carlosberuff) May 2, 2016