With President Trump still enjoying unprecedented popularity among his base, it’s no wonder why prospective Republican candidates for elected office look to garner as much of the “Trumpster” support as possible.
Florida’s Republican primary race for Attorney General is quickly becoming one of the top races to watch as all the candidates in the contest continue to rack up endorsements and pile up their campaign coiffeurs with cash.
Former Judge Ashley Moody is seen as the frontrunner in the race with over $1 million raised and having garnered the endorsement of Attorney General Pam Bondi, as well the endorsements from a slew of county sheriffs.
Rep. Jay Fant, who is has also managed to lock up the support of quite a few members of the Florida House of Representatives, has released a list of support from some of the who’s who in Trumplandia.
“Ever since the first release last week, my fellow Trump patriots have been calling me asking how to get involved with Fant campaign because they see his efforts to shake up the status quo and get things done.”
Here is a list of Trump’s grassroots supporters that are supporting Fant’s bid for state Attorney General:
Scott Barrish, Hillsborough Becky Black, Wakulla Lasha Boree, Okeechobee Joe Budd, Broward
Danny Coll, Monroe Brenda Copely, Orange Ray Corcoran, Charlotte Jim Davis, Duval Rebecca Deboer, Hillsborough Annie Marie Delgado, Palm Beach Sheila Tew DeRossett, Bradford Steve DiSano, Highlands Yolanda Esquivel, Hardee Robbie Ford, Orange Derek Hankerson, St. Johns Jeanne Harden, Taylor Donna Hayes, Manatee Gina Jordan, Baker Veronica Kemeny, Bay
Liz MacLean, Calhoun Ken Mayo, Hillsborough Melissa McGee, Orange Dorinne McKinnon, Pinellas Camille Padula, Hernando Mark Phillips, Pinellas
Ned Pooser, Franklin Theresa Rhoden, Baker Dolly Rump, Broward Mike Rump, Broward Robert Siddell, Jefferson Sue Snowden, Palm Beach John Steen, Broward Anthony Stephens, Leon Amilee Stuckey, Polk Shara Tew, Bradford
Billie Tucker, Duval Jim Volpe, Sumter Terry Yon, Walton
Note: You are going to need Sue Snowden and the Rumps in Broward and Palm Beach counties to win.
Meanwhile, it is still way to early, and being that politics are as fluid as the 8 oz glass of water, all bets are still off as to who will win the Republican nomination in this contest.