By Javier Manjarres
Republican Party of Florida Vice Chairman Blaise Ingoglia overwhelmingly won his re-election bid at the RPOF Quarterly meeting in Orlando. Ingoglia was running unopposed until late this week until Tea Party activist and Committeewoman Patricia Sullivan decided to challenge him. Ingoglia, who is also the Hernando County REC Chairman enjoys substantial statewide popularity, and will be offering his social media expertise to assist the state GOP this election cycle.
Ingoglia was, and continues to be a staunch Marco Rubio supporter, even as left-over elements from South Florida and the Tampa Bay areas of the Charlie Crist Republican faction of the party continue to collude against him for personal political purposes. This faction of the Republican Party of Florida along with its obvious smoke-n-mirrors campaign continues to grasp for influence throughout the state, but this faction’s M.O. is blatantly obvious and transparently embarrassing.
Congratulations are also in order for Peter Feaman of Palm Beach County who also won his National Committeeman race as well.
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