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Endorsement Watch: Hispanic Leadership Fund, National Association of Police Organizations, others issue endorsements

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With just a few days until the election, organizations are continuing to roll out endorsements for state and federal candidates. — Add the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce to the list of groups backing Randy Perkins. The Chamber endorsed Perkins in Florida’s 18th Congressional District. The organization, according to the Perkins campaign, made its decision based on his “understanding of the importance of a robust business climate and the role of economic development when it comes to policy and…

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Law enforcement agencies come out en masse to support Dana Young in SD 18 race

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The Dana Young campaign for Hillsborough County’s state Senate District 18 seat is touting endorsements from law enforcement agencies Thursday.  The National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO), the Florida Police Benevolent Association (Florida PBA), the West Central Florida Police Benevolent Association (West Central Florida PBA), and the Tampa Police Benevolent Association (Tampa PBA) all are backing the South Tampa Republican. “Rep. Young has been a tireless advocate of law enforcement in the Florida House,” said Matt Puckett, executive director of the…

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Jamie Grant endorsed by PBA in H-47

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James Grant’s campaign for the open Florida House seat in District 47 received  yet another significant boost this week when the West Central Florida Police Benevolent Association endorsed his candidacy. When speaking of their endorsement and support of Grant’s campaign, President Nick Marolda said, “We will ask our members, their families and friends and all citizens in the district who respect the strong and efficient enforcement of our laws, to cast their ballots in support of James Grant.” The WCPBA’s…

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