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Leaders Line Up and We Are Leading the Pack

I am excited to announce two new great pieces of news!

First, I am thrilled to announce the endorsement of Former Republican Party Chairwoman, Carole Jean Jordan. Carole Jean was elected in 2003 and re-elected in 2005 as Chair of the Republican Party of Florida. During her time as chair we saw continued expanding Republican majorities in Florida and the re-election of a Republican President - who won Florida. In making her endorsement, Former Chairwoman Jordan said, "Erin is a wife, mother, small business owner, and life-long resident of Indian River County. Erin Grall is a strong conservative and is well suited to fight for and protect our unique quality of life and I'm proud to support her." I am deeply humbled by her support and will look to her for guidance in the months and years ahead. My second piece of exciting news is that two months into the 2016 election season, our campaign leads the fundraising field! As of the last monthly report, we stand at $62,790 raised. This success clearly shows that our community is uniting around my conservative message and small business record. It is truly because of people like you that these successes are piling up. I cannot run this race without you, and for your steadfast support and friendship I will be forever grateful. If you have not done so already, please sign up to volunteer by clicking here and filling out the form. Also, I must maintain this fundraising momentum. Would you consider making a donation of $25, $50 or $100 today? You can even set up your donation to recur monthly. 10 months at $25 each month would go a long way to maintaining our fundraising advantage. The maximum donation is $1000 so each step toward that goal counts. $25 or $50 a month is the kind of steady support we need! Thank you for your continued support and encouragement. Your willingness to engage in this political process and protect the conservative values we share means the world to me. I know that, together, we will continue to make our community the best place to live, work, and raise a family in Florida!!


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