Congressional contender Cory Mills has all the time had a servant’s coronary heart. Serving for seven years in Iraq and plenty of extra within the navy as a complete, he is aware of the that means of obligation. However for Mills, a candidate for Congressional District 7, that obligation didn’t finish on the battlefield.
Mills and his total group sprung into motion this week to arrange the transport of meals to Central Florida for residents in want following the onslaught of hurricane Ian.
Hundreds of Floridians stay with out energy and broken houses stay a continuing theme throughout the state. Though Central Florida was spared a lot of the injury, many are nonetheless with out electrical energy and downed powerlines and bushes riddle the state.
A robust believer in group, Mills advised OLN he believes being a public servant is far more than simply lawmaking and statesmanship, and that it means participating and supporting the group immediately.
Mills is favored to win in November in opposition to his Democrat opponent with the Cook dinner Political Report ranking the district as leaning Republican.
The final Republican to carry Congressional District 7, Congressman John Mica, was defeated by outgoing Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy in 2016. Redistricting following the 2020 census drastically modified the demographics and boundary strains of the district. Nonetheless, district 7 nonetheless encompasses Seminole County and now features a higher portion of Volusia.
The Common Election is on November 8.