Endorsements from publications not solely present an avenue for voters to make choices primarily based on trusted sources, but in addition outline the values and opinions of writers and board members.
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We are going to proceed to endorse State and Nationwide candidates sooner or later, not like the Sentinel. Nonetheless, we don’t discover each race or candidate worthy of endorsement, and subsequently, will chorus from offering our enter in such circumstances.
The Normal Election is on November 8, 2022. Discover our 2022 Normal Election endorsements under.
- Florida Governor: Ron DeSantis
- Florida Legal professional Normal: Ashley Moody
- Florida Chief Monetary Officer: Jimmy Patronis
- Florida Commissioner of Agriculture: Wilton Simpson
- U.S. Senate: Marco Rubio
- U.S. Home, District 7: Cory Mills
- U.S. Home, District 9: Scottie Moore
- U.S. Home, District 10: Calvin Wimbish
- U.S. Home, District 11: Not Endorsing
- Florida Senate District 10: Not Endorsing
- Florida Senate District 13: Dennis Baxley
- Florida Senate District 17: Steve Dixon
- Florida Home District 36: Rachel Plakon
- Florida Home District 37: Susan Placensia
- Florida Home District 42: Bonnie Jackson
- Florida Home District 45: Carolina Amesty
- Sure to John Couriel, Jamie Grosshans, Charles Canady or Ricky Polston; No to Jorge Labarga
- District 2: Amy Lockhart
- District 4: Jay Zembower
- Constitution County and Regional Transportation System Surtax: Sure
- Lease Stabilization Ordinance to Restrict Lease Enhance for Sure Residential Rental: No
- College District Advert Valorem Tax: Sure
- 1% faculty/infrastructure tax: Sure
For data on voting in Florida, go to myflorida.com.