In HD 24, Travis Hutson earns support of Flagler community leaders

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Republican Travis Hutson, candidate for Florida House District 24, today announced that Flagler County Clerk of the Circuit Court Gail Wadsworth, Flagler County Commissioner-elect Charlie Ericksen, Palm Coast City Councilman Bill McGuire and Palm Coast City Councilman Frank Meeker.

“From the time I met Travis, I knew his passion to improve our slice of Northeast Florida would take him far,” said Court Clerk Wadsworth, whose father was the last Flagler County resident to win this seat 46 years ago.  “His vision for our area far exceeds my expectations, and he has my vote on November 6.”

“Travis is a born leader,” said Commissioner-elect Ericksen.  “His hard work ethic will allow him to serve in the Florida House with the utmost integrity.  Travis has my support for District 24.”

“Travis’ young heart and energetic spirit is just what our communities need in Tallahassee,” said Councilman McGuire.  “He is a very intelligent individual with a personal drive to see our Northeast Florida communities excel for years to come.  I am proud to support Travis for the Florida House.”

“Having worked with both local and state governments, Travis’ ability to foster meaningful relationships with his colleagues will be instrumental in being a strong local advocate and voice for our area,” said Councilman Meeker.

“I am honored to have the support of all these local Flagler leaders,” said Hutson.  “Like them, I have a strong passion to give back to our community and make sure our future generations are well taken care of.  If elected, I am committed to building our local economy, creating jobs and improving our education system.”

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