State representative Jason Fischer supports Judson Sapp for Congress
Press release from Judson Sapp for Congress
State Representative Jason Fischer has announced his support for Judson Sapp for Congress.
“Judson Sapp is a consistent conservative we can trust to fight for our values and defend our freedoms in Congress. As a father and businessman Judson wants a better future for our country and for Florida. I’m looking forward to working with Judson to implement conservative reforms in government,” said State Representative Jason Fischer.
“Jason Fischer is a true conservative who fights for our conservative principles and North Florida. I value Jason’s counsel and leadership on my team,” said Judson Sapp.
Jason Fischer is a native Floridian and engineer. He was elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 2016 and has subsequently been re-elected.
Judson Sapp was raised in Clay County, Florida. Sapp is the CEO of W.J. Sapp Railroad Contractor, which operates throughout the Southeastern United States. Judson lives in Green Cove Springs, Florida with his wife Kelly and two sons, Willard and Ryder.
Judson Sapp has been endorsed by Congressman John Rutherford, Congressman Vern Buchanan, Congressman Cliff Stearns, former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, Turning Point USA Founder Charlie Kirk, school safety and Second Amendment advocate Andrew Pollack, Second Amendment advocate Dana Loesch, Trump Advisor Roger Stone, former Lt. Governor Jennifer Carroll, State Representative Charlie Stone, State Representative Chuck Brannan, Putnam County Sheriff Gator DeLoach, Putnam County Superintendent of Schools Rick Surrency, and Bradford County Sheriff Gordon Smith, and Clay County Tax Collector Jimmy Weeks.
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The 3rd Congressional District includes all of present day Alachua County, which means it includes all of our new soon to be glorious Springs County. Candidate Sapp is proud to be endorsed by Roger Stone, a felon convicted of obstruction, making false statements, and witness tampering. As a know liar and Trump enabler, Roger Stone’s endorsement means a lot to the voters of Springs County. A Trumpkin like Sapp is just the kind of person Springs County deserves to be represented by. He is obviously one of us.
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