Kat Cammack announces endorsements from State Representatives Chuck Brannan and Chuck Clemons

Press release from Kat for Congress

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Congresswoman Kat Cammack (R-FL-03) has announced the latest round of endorsements by Republican Florida State Representatives serving constituents in Florida’s Third Congressional District. 

State Representatives Jason Shoaf (State House District 7: Lafayette), Chuck Brannan (State House District 10: Alachua, Baker, Columbia, Hamilton, Suwannee), Bobby Payne (State House District 20: Bradford, Union), Chuck Clemons (State House District 22: Alachua, Dixie, Gilchrist), Joe Harding (State House District 24: Levy, Marion), and Stan McClain (State House District 27: Marion) endorsed Cammack in her bid for re-election to represent Florida’s Third Congressional District in the House of Representatives. 

“There is not a more dedicated, hardworking group of Republican State Representatives than the six who serve the great people of Florida’s Third Congressional District,” said Cammack. “I am proud to have the support of Reps. Brannan, Clemons, Harding, McClain, Payne, and Shoaf as we head toward November. They work tirelessly to represent us in Tallahassee, and we will continue working together to ensure the Sunshine State remains a top destination for education, career opportunities, business, and beyond.”

Representative Cammack announced her bid for re-election in April to represent Florida’s newly drawn Third Congressional District, which includes Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Lafayette, Levy, Marion, Suwannee, and Union Counties. Cammack has also earned the support of the Republican state senators representing Florida’s Third Congressional District.

  • Where is she holding rallies where people in her district for the first time can ask her questions?

  • Cammack has been endorsing candidates in local races, including Republicans against Republicans, so I wouldn’t say these endorsements were completely voluntary. The request to endorse her came with the implicit threat that refusing to endorse her may result in her endorsing their opponent.

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