Connie Mack announces Southwest Florida "victory" team

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The Connie Mack Campaign today announced the members of its “Southwest Florida Victory Team.” These individuals will help organize voter turnout efforts and the campaign’s grassroots and organizational efforts in Collier and Lee.
In thanking his team for their time and dedication, Mack made the following statement:
“It’s been my great honor to represent my hometown of Ft. Myers in Congress for the past seven years. Now, as I seek to do the same in the Senate, having a strong and active team representing our campaign in Southwest Florida is both humbling and gratifying. With the help of these great leaders and activists we will continue to get our campaign message out in Lee and Collier Counties. I am thrilled these talented individuals are dedicating their time to retaking the U.S. Senate and defeating liberal Bill Nelson, and I know I can count on Southwest Florida to bring home a victory for our campaign in November.”
The members of Mack’s Southwest Florida “victory” team are: Sheriff Mike Scott, Ft. Myers; Mayor John Sorey, Naples; Adele Amico, Lee County; Councilman Bill Barnett, Collier County; Ashley Coone, Lee County; Jim & Carla Dean, Collier County; Michel Doherty, Lee County; Louise Dowd, Collier County; Beverly Fedje, Lee County; Jan Face Glassman, Collier County; Dudley Goodlette, Collier County; Alfredo Gude, Lee County; Don and Jan Held, Lee County; Sally Jackson, Lee County; Jackie Krupp, Lee County; Scott Lepore, Collier County; Cindy Lignelli, Lee County; Mike Lyster, Collier County; Chuck Marshall, Collier County; Tina Matte, Lee County; Kathy McMichael, Lee County; George Miller Lee County;  Shari Monetta, Collier County; Jeanette Morreal, Lee County; Yvonne Phillips Lee County; Vice-Mayor Gary Price, Collier County; Richard and Pamela Ripp, Lee County; Sam Saad Sr., Collier County; Frank Schwerin, Collier County; Brenda Skupny, Lee County; Trudi Williams, Lee County.

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