BOB WHITE CALLS FOR GOVERNOR SCOTT TO SIGN EDUCATION BILL HB7069

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CALLS LEGISLATION THE "RIGHT THING TO DO" WHILE STATING HE IS DISAPPOINTED IN THE PROCESS USED Melbourne, Florida – Tuesday, May 30, 2017 – Bob White, Republican candidate for governor and proponent of school choice, weighed in on the controversial education bill, HB 7069 urging the governor to sign the legislation. Mr. White does, however, side with opponents of the bill when it comes to the process used in this sweeping education legislation. HB 7069 was put together in the final days of the 2017 legislative session by leadership. The bill itself is made up of several pieces of legislation largely comprised of house bills that had not made it through the entire committee process and was mostly not seen by the Florida senate chamber prior to the vote on…
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BOB WHITE ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR GOVERNOR

BOB WHITE ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR GOVERNOR

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BOB WHITE ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR GOVERNOR Pledges to be a champion for the people of Florida Melbourne, Florida – Monday, May 22, 2017 – Robert "Bob" White of Melbourne has filed to run for Governor of the state of Florida. Bob White is a fourth generation Floridian with a passion for politics and an unwavering commitment to the Constitution and limited government. He serves as the Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Florida (RLCFL), Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Central East Florida (RLCCEF) and is the founder and former Chairman of the Liberty Catalyst Fund (LCF). Having witnessed first-hand the growing influence of special interest money on the political and legislative process in Florida, White made a personal commitment to the issues of political integrity in Florida…
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Open Letter to the People of Florida

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My Fellow Floridians, I’m running for Governor because I love Florida. I’ve been a Floridian since the day I was born. I can’t imagine living anywhere else. I grew up in Polk County, in the heart of the Florida citrus industry. As teenagers, we earned our spending money picking fruit, pruning trees, and moving irrigation pipe before and after school. We even worked “firing” the groves when the temperatures dropped below freezing. As a fourth generation Floridian, some of my fondest childhood memories are of family reunions on the shores of Silver Lake, near Palatka, or at my grandparent’s home in Okeechobee. To be sure there are places in Florida where that idyllic lifestyle still exists. I hope we never lose that part of our heritage. But the reality is…
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