BROXSON CAMPAIGN BANKS OVER $165,000 SINCE END OF SESSION


With a commanding lead in fundraising, his Senate campaign is off to a strong start.

May 4, 2016

GULF BREEZE, Fla. — Today, the Doug Broxson Campaign announced that it has raised $165,410 since the end of the 2016 Legislative Session seven weeks ago. His total includes $107,410 raised for his campaign and an additional $58,000 raised in April for Floridians for Limited Government. Broxson announced his bid for the District 1 seat in the Florida Senate last month. “We are strongly encouraged by the support we are receiving,” said Broxson. “The folks in Northwest Florida know my commitment to the conservative values we share. I am grateful for their confidence, and I look forward to serving them in the Florida Senate by continuing to work for lower taxes and more freedom.” Since first being elected to the Florida House in 2010, Broxson, a Republican, has been a leader on insurance reform and recovery of funds from BP in the wake of the 2010 oil spill. He has organized multiple oil spill claims workshops with state officials and Panhandle residents, and he has been a leader in uniting the eight Florida counties most affected by the spill, speaking out against problems with the Gulf Coast Claims Facility. In addition, Broxson has strongly opposed expanding benefits for illegal immigrants and has been an advocate for the protection of the Second Amendment.

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Doug Broxson Announces Florida Senate Run


The conservative, three-term state representative will run on a platform of economic growth and fiscal accountability.

April 19, 2016

GULF BREEZE, Fla. — Today, State Representative Doug Broxson announced his candidacy for the Florida Senate. Since first being elected to the Florida House in 2010, Broxson, a Republican, has been a leader on insurance reform and recovery of funds from BP in the wake of the 2010 oil spill. He is seeking the District One seat in the Senate, currently held by Greg Evers, who is running for the United States House of Representatives. “I want to thank Senator Greg Evers for his service in the Florida Legislature,” said Broxson. “Escambia, Santa Rosa, and Okaloosa Counties have a great future, and the next few years will be a critical period. As a state representative, I have worked to create jobs by keeping taxes and spending low and by halting the overreach of the federal government. It is my desire to continue that fight in the State Senate.” In recent years, Broxson led an effort to unite the eight Florida counties most affected by the BP oil spill and spoke out against problems with the Gulf Coast Claims Facility. He organized multiple oil spill claims workshops with state officials and Panhandle residents. In addition, Broxson has strongly opposed expanding benefits for illegal immigrants and has been an advocate for the protection of the Second Amendment. He is a lifelong resident of Santa Rosa County, where he and his wife, Mary, raised their four children. They are active members of Brownsville Assembly of God Church and have eight grandchildren.

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