Tampa businessman Hoe Brown filed paperwork with the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections today making him a duly qualified candidate for Republican State Committeeman from Hillsborough County. The position is a non-government, unpaid position on the Republican Party of Florida’s state committee. Every Florida County has two elected members who serve on the committee; members are elected by Republican primary voters every four years.
“I want to thank all of those people who have encouraged me to run and are supporting my campaign,” Brown said.
“Since announcing my candidacy nearly three months ago, we have had an outpouring of support from business, community, and grassroots leaders from across the county,” he said.
Brown summed up his goals by saying, “If Republicans in Hillsborough County give me the privilege and honor to represent them at the state party, I will work tirelessly to achieve the following goals: first, I will help restore the American dream that is being destroyed by Obama and the Democrats; second, I will actively work to find qualified and competent Republicans to run for office who will serve as leaders and share our party’s core values of family, opportunity, and fiscal responsibility; and third, I will demand greater transparency from our party leaders and elected officials.”
Brown is a local businessman who has been active in local politics for a number of years and has built a network of relationships across the community and the state. He is just as likely to be found putting up yards signs and handing out campaign brochures for GOP candidates as he is to attend black tie receptions or make campaign contributions to fellow Republicans. Brown has donated money and campaigned for countless local Republican candidates as well as statewide and congressional candidates; Brown currently serves as Hillsborough County Chairman for the Mitt Romney campaign.
For more information about Brown’s campaign visit www.hoebrown.com.