Candidates for Governor of Florida Election Race 2014

Florida Governor Candidates
Florida Governor Candidates

State Primary: August 26, 2014

Florida Governor Candidates 2014

Rick Scott (R)
Yinka Adeshina (R)
Vincent Angiolillo (R)
Elizabeth Cuevas-Neunder (R)
Tim Devine (R)
Berthram Samuel (R)
Dr Joe Smith (R)
Charlie Crist (D)
Farid Khavari (D)
Monroe Lee (D)
Ryan Lipner (D)
Marcelle Martelly (D)
Nan Rich (D)
Jessica Stewart (D)
Atlee Yarrow (American Freedom)
Steve LaBianca (Libertarian)
John Wayne Smith (Libertarian)
Adrian Wyllie (Libertarian)
Rubin Anderson (Independent)
Kyle "KC" Gibson (Independent)
James Fraleigh (Independent)
Herman Giger (Independent)
Mark Griffis (Independent)
Jefferson Horwath (Independent)
Jeff Rabinowitz (Independent)
C.C. Reed (Independent)
Charles Tolbert (Independent)
Paul Murray (Write-In)

Florida Congress Candidates 2014

Florida Congresional Candidates
FL Congress Candidates

District 1:
Jeff Miller (R)
John Krause (R)
Travis Miller (R)
Jim Bryan (D)
Mark Wichern (Independent)

District 2:
Steve Southerland (R)
Gwen Graham (D)
William "Cleave" Drummond II (Reform)
Luther Lee (Independent)

District 3:
Ted Yoho (R)
Jake Rush (R)
Aquasia Johnson McDowell (D)
Marihelen Wheeler (D)

District 4:
Ander Crenshaw (R)
Gary Koniz (Write-In)
James Ryman Shoaf (R)

District 5:
Corrine Brown (D)
Thuy Lowe (R)
Gloreatha "Glo" Smith (R)

District 6:
Ron DeSantis (R)
David Cox (D)
Andrew Scott (D)

District 7:
John Mica (R)
Alan Azcona (R)
Zechariah Blanchard (R)
Don Oehlrich (R)
David Smith (R)
Wes Neuman (D)

District 8:
Bill Posey (R)
Gabriel Rothblatt (D)
Corry Westbrook (D)
Christopher Duncan Jr. (D)
Karl Balone (Tea) - Tea Party Activist
Leon Ray (Write-In)

District 9:
Alan Grayson (D)
Nick Ruiz III (D)
Jorge Bonilla (R)
Carol Platt (R)
Peter Vivaldi (R)
Laura Janay (Independent)
Roger Lee Peck (Write-In)

District 10:
Daniel Webster (R)
Michael McKenna (D)
Bill Ferree (D)
Shayan Modarres (D)

District 11:
Rich Nugent (R)
Mike Uminski (R)
Dave Koller (D)
Matt Schnackenberg (Libertarian)
Bruce Ray Riggs (Independent)

District 12:
Gus Bilirakis (R)
James Denton Jr. (R)

District 13:
David Jolly (R)
Lucas Overby (Libertarian)

District 14:
Kathy Castor (D)
John Mark Grey (R)
John Coney (R)

District 15:
Dennis Ross (R)
Alan Cohn (D)

District 16:
Vern Buchanan (R)
Mitch Mallett (D)
Henry Lawrence (D)
Daniel Durso (Independent) - Tea Party Activist
Joe Venuti (Independent)
Joe Newman (Write-In)

District 17:
Tom Rooney (R)
John Sawyer (R)
Will Bronson (D)

District 18:
Patrick Murphy (D)
Carl Domino (R)
Beverly Joy Hires (R)
Ilya Katz (R)
Brian Lara (R)
Alan Schlesinger (R)
Calvin Turnquest (R)
Nick Wukoson (R)

District 19:
Lizbeth Benacquisto (R)
Curt Clawson (R)
Michael Dreikorn (R)
Paige Kreegel (R)
April Freeman (D)
Ray Netherwood (Libertarian)
Timothy Rossano (Write-In)

District 20:
Alcee Hastings (D)
Jean Enright (D)
Jay Bonner (R)
Gary Stein (R)

District 21:
Ted Deutch (D)
Emmanuel Morel (D)
Henry Colon (R)
W.M. "Mike" Trout (Independent)

District 22:
Lois Frankel (D)
Andrea Leigh McGee (R)
Jeremy Rodgers (R)
David Wagie (R)

District 23:
Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D)
Juan Eliel Garcia (R)
Joe Kaufman (R)

District 24:
Frederica Wilson (D)
Michael Etienne (D)
Luis Fernandez (Independent)

District 25:
Mario Diaz-Balart (R)

District 26:
Joe Garcia (D)
Carlos Curbelo (R)
Ed MacDougall (R)
Joe Martinez (R)
Lorenzo Palomares-Starbuck (R)
Jose Peixoto (R)

District 27:
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R)
Elsa Gonzalez (Independent)

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History - Something Every Florida Governor and Congressman Should Know

Florida is a state of the United States. It is located in the Southeastern United States, bordering Alabama to the northwest and Georgia to the north. In 1845 it was the 27th state admitted to the United States. Much of the land mass of the state is a large peninsula with the Gulf of Mexico to the west, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. The Florida governor has a large area to govern. With an area of 65,758 square miles (170,306 km2), it is ranked 22nd in size among the 50 U.S. states. Florida has the most coastline in the Contiguous United States encompassing approximately 1,200 miles. The state has four large urban areas, a number of smaller industrial cities, and many small towns.

Florida is nicknamed the "Sunshine State" because of its generally warm climate—subtropical in the northern and central regions of the state, with a true tropical climate in the southern portion. The United States Census Bureau estimates that the state population was 18,537,969 in 2009, ranking Florida as the fourth most populous state in the U.S. Tallahassee is the state capital, Jacksonville is the largest city, and the Miami metropolitan area is the largest metropolitan area.

With an area of 65,758 square miles (170,306 km2), it is ranked 22nd in size among the 50 U.S. states. Florida has the most coastline in the Contiguous United States encompassing approximately 1,200 miles. The state has four large urban areas, a number of smaller industrial cities, and many small towns. Florida is nicknamed the "Sunshine State" because of its generally warm climate - subtropical in the northern and central regions of the state, with a true tropical climate in the southern portion. The United States Census Bureau estimates that the state population was 18,537,969 in 2009, ranking Florida as the fourth most populous state in the U.S. Tallahassee is the state capital, Jacksonville is the largest city, and the Miami metropolitan area is the largest metropolitan area.

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Who Are Christian Citizens of Florida

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Why we should say no to Government Run Health Care

The Democrat health care reform model will instead, limit patient choices, put government between the physician and patient, interfere with patient care decisions and burden Americans with huge long-term cost in the trillions of dollars!

Before we allow one-fifth of our economy to be nationalized, there must be careful consideration and open debate costs, less availability of care and services and the use of quality of life formulas to save money not lives.

Most Americans do not want a Big Brother, distant overseer making life and death decisions about their health. Government run health care may eventually be able to cover most people---but it will be with little care. Bureaucracy by its very nature is not a compassionate body.

 

 

 

Christian Citizens

Christian Citizens - America's Christian Heritage