The Erin Grall campaign today announced the endorsement of State Senator Joe Negron. In endorsing Erin, Senator Negron said,
"I am proud to endorse Erin Grall because I know she will be a strong conservative State Representative for our community. She has the dedication and tenacity to be effective in Tallahassee."
After receiving the Senator's endorsement, Erin Grall said, “It is very exciting to launch our campaign with the endorsement of Senator Negron. It is truly an honor to earn the endorsement of a public servant we know so well and one so universally respected. Senator Negron's record is an example of conservative solutions leading to opportunity, hope, and a future for our community. I am truly humbled by his support, look forward to his advice and counsel, and hope to make him and District 54 proud.”
Erin Grall is a native to Vero Beach, a shareholder in her family law firm, and was a candidate for the Florida House of Representatives, District 29, in 2010.
She currently serves as President-Elect of the Indian River County Bar Association, Community Impact Chair for the United Way Board of Directors, and as a member of the Grants Committee of the county’s Children’s Services Advisory Committee. She is a past president of the Exchange Club of the Treasure Coast and in 2008 was elected to the State Board, where she served for two years. Grall is also the past president of Childcare Resources of Indian River.
Erin is actively involved in local leadership organizations such as the Junior League of Indian River, of which she is a past president and has planned and organized the successful Woman of the Year event for the past two years.
Finally, and most importantly, she has been blessed to share her life with her husband, Michael Bielecki, and their two children, Aleska (3) and Gunther (1). Their extended families live locally and provide tremendous services to the community through their individual involvements.
Faith is at the core of her successes in life, and she and her family are members of St. John of the Cross and St. Helen Catholic Church.