Judicial candidate Brian Battaglia plans ‘6th Circuit in 6 Days tour

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August 14th marks the next election date to select the next Circuit Court Judge for Group 31, in Pasco and Pinellas Counties. Brian Battaglia is just one candidate you might like to know a little more about.

Battaglia has been practicing law for 25 years in the Sixth Judicial Circuit. He says, “All the knowledge that I have acquired during the last 25 years, whether as an advocate, teacher or leader, has provided me with the skills, dedication, experience and understanding of the Pasco-Pinellas Circuit and its residents, which will greatly assist me in carrying out the important duties of a Circuit Judge.”

To meet Battaglia and hear his platform along with concerns and priorities for our community, you can visit him at any one of his campaign stops during his week-long tour.

The “6th Circuit In 6 Days” tour itinerary can be found on the Battaglia campaign website here. He will be visiting with individuals, businesses, organizations, and touring historic districts throughout Pinellas and Pasco counties.

For the next two days, here’s where you can check out Brian Battaglia

Sunday, May 27

1) St. Petersburg, Mt. Zion Progressive
955 20th Street South @ 7:30am-9:30am

2) St. Petersburg, Munch’s Diner
3920 6th Street South @ 9:45am-10:30am

3) St. Petersburg, Maximo Presbyterian Church
3200 58th Ave South @ 11am service

4) St. Petersburg, Faith House & Community Garden
302 15th Street North @ 1pm-2pm

Monday, May 28
1) Madeira Beach, Hubbard’s Marina
John’s Pass Boardwalk @ 9am-10am

2) St. Petersburg, Morean Arts Center
Wax- Exhibit – 719 Central Ave @ 10:30am-11:30am

3) St. Petersburg, Lunch at Ferg’s
1320 Central Ave @ 12noon-1pm

4) St. Petersburg, Sign Waving Across from Tropicana Field
(behind Ferg’s) @ 1:30pm-2:30pm

5) St. Petersburg, Tampa Bay Rays Baseball Game
Tropicana Field @ 3:10pm-6pm

6) Largo, Memorial Day Sunset Ceremony
Largo Central Park -101 Central Park Drive @ 7pm-8pm

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