Holly Benson, Republican Candidate for Florida Attorney General, today announced that two former Chairmen of the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF) have endorsed her in her bid for Florida Attorney General. The two chairmen include Carole Jean Jordan, former chairman of the RPOF from 2003 to 2007 and Tom Slade, former chairman of the RPOF from 1992 to 2000.
“I support Holly Benson in her candidacy for Florida Attorney General,” said Jordan, who currently serves as Indian River County Tax Collector. “Holly is the best choice for Attorney General. She has the experience needed to carry on General McCollum’s lawsuit against Obamacare and is committed to fighting to keep our free-market economy and conservative principles alive.”
“I believe Holly Benson is the clear choice for the next Attorney General of our Sunshine State,” Slade said. “Holly is a proven conservative who supports the Arizona immigration law and will push for similar measures here in Florida. She also understands what it takes to lead an agency and will do so with the best interest of Floridians in mind.”
“Carole Jean and Tom worked tirelessly to build our Republican Party,” said Benson. “I am honored to have their support, and I will continue their fight for our conservative values.”