Rep. Dana Young throws her considerable support to Jake Raburn in HD 57

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Today, Representative Dana Young announced her endorsement of Jake Raburn for State House, District 57.

“Jake Raburn’s integrity and sincerity is evident from the moment you meet him,” said Representative Dana Young.  “As the son of two educators, Jake’s support to improve Florida’s education system will help provide better opportunities for Florida’s children.   Jake also knows first hand the vital importance of supporting Florida law enforcement because his brother serves our community as a deputy sheriff.  And, Jake’s strong commitment to conservative principles and values help him effectively represent our community in the state capitol.  Jake Raburn has my support and I hope he can count on yours on Election Day.”

“I am honored and humbled to receive the endorsement of Representative Dana Young,” said Jake Raburn.  “Representative Young has rapidly become a leader in the Florida Legislature and she represents her district extraordinarily well in the state capitol.  I deeply appreciate Representative Young’s support and am grateful for her endorsement.”

Representative Dana Young’s endorsement adds to a growing list of endorsements of Jake Raburn’s campaign from leading Florida Republicans, including Florida’s Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam, Hillsborough County Sheriff David Gee, State Attorney Mark Ober, State Representatives Greg Steube and Ben Albritton and Hillsborough County Commissioner Al Higginbotham, as well as the West Central Florida Police Benevolent Association and the Tampa Police Benevolent Association.

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