Jax Beaches councilmen endorse Aaron Bean for State Senate District 4

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Aaron Bean today announced that Jacksonville City Beach Councilman Tom Taylor and Neptune Beach Councilman-elect Scott Wiley have endorsed him in his candidacy for the newly-drawn Florida Senate District 4 seat. 

“I am confident in Aaron Bean’s ability to lead our community both at home and at our state’s capitol,” said Councilman Taylor. “He has a personal stake in our community, as a concerned, fellow resident and small business owner who possesses the straightforward, conservative leadership that will get things done for our region.”

“As a former State Representative, Aaron Bean understands the needs and issues that Northeast Florida will face in the future,” said Councilman-elect Wiley.  “Aaron has the passion and experience to get things done for District 4.  As a former Mayor of a coastal community like ours, Aaron knows firsthand the challenges that that we face daily.  I am proud to endorse my friend and conservative candidate, Aaron Bean, for Florida Senate District 4.”

“I am honored to receive both Councilman Taylor and Councilman-elect Wiley’s endorsements!” said Bean. “I promise to always be diligent when it comes to making the right conservative choices to protect our Florida families, to be tough when it comes to making the smart business decisions that will lower taxes for our small businesses, and to have the resolve to make the difficult economic reforms that will stimulate our economy and create jobs.”

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