Terri Seefeldt airing red meat radio ad in HD 31

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House District 31 hopeful Terri Seefeldt has launched a radio advertising campaign on Friday highlighting her positions a number of  key conservative issues, such as Obamacare, veterans, and out-of-control spending in Tallahassee.

Seefeldt, committee member of the Orange County Republican Executive Committee, seeks to replace  Rep. Bryan Nelson, who is term-limited after serving eight years. Nelson also endorses Seefeldt for the seat covering Lake and Orange Counties and includes Eustis, Tavares, Umatilla, Mt. Dora and Apopka.

She faces Randy Glisson, Belita Grassel, Joseph Stephens, and Jennifer Mae Sullivan in the GOP Primary, which will be held on Tuesday, August 26.

Playing on several stations in the district, voters will hear ads that touch on Seefeldt’s upbringing, and outline the reasons why she is Central Florida’s only conservative choice for HD 31.

“The momentum we are gaining from the endorsements, radio ads and billboards is tangible,” said Seefeldt in a statement issued Friday.  “You can see and feel it as we go door to door meeting with the voters of HD 31.”

The ad is also on www.terriseefeldt.com.

Seefeldt is a 30- year resident of Central Florida who served as former President of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors for Central Florida, as well as the past President of Women in Insurance and Financial Services. She is on numerous Boards including the Northwest Orange Republican Women, Federated and teaches Continuing Education to CPAs, Human Resource and Insurance Professionals.

More information on Seefeldt and her campaign are at www.TerriSeefeldt.com or her campaign Facebook page.

 

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