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RPOF Chairman Ingoglia Statement on Gov. Scott Executive Order

TALLAHASSEE, FL – Republican Party of Florida Chairman Blaise Ingoglia issued the following statement today on Governor Rick Scott’s Executive Order to extend and enhance voting options in counties impacted by Hurricane Michael. “We applaud Governor Scott’s Administration on an Executive Order that embraces a thoughtful, comprehensive and targeted solution.  It is of the utmost importance that while we are...

AG Bondi: Andrew Gillum Must Denounce Rapper T.I.’s Video

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The rapper T.I. recently unveiled an offensive music video which depicted a demeaning and disgusting portrayal of a woman in the Oval Office. The First Lady’s office quickly denounced the video, saying it is “disrespectful and disgusting to portray her this way simply because of politics. These kinds of vulgar attacks only further the divisiveness and...

New RPOF Spanish Ads Feature Senator Marco Rubio and Congresswoman Jenniffer González-Colón for Ron DeSantis

TALLAHASSEE, FL - The Republican Party of Florida today announced three new Spanish-language ads titled “Intereses”, “Gran”, and “Lo Conozco”. Two of the ads feature U.S. Senator Marco Rubio and one ad features Congresswoman Jenniffer González-Colón, the Resident Commissioner representing Puerto Rico. In the 30 second ads, Rubio and González-Colón discuss why they support Ron DeSantis for Governor. Click on...

RPOF Chairman Ingoglia Statement on Supreme Court Ruling

***BREAKING NEWS*** The stakes for November’s election just got higher. The Florida Supreme Court has ruled that the next governor of Florida will be responsible for filling three vacancies on the Florida Supreme Court. With a 4-3 majority currently, the liberals have owned the Florida Supreme Court for decades. Now, THREE of the liberal Justices are facing mandatory...

ICYMI: Republican Candidates & RPOF Deliver Relief Supplies to Panama City and Santa Rosa

Tallahassee, FL – In case you missed it, statewide Republican candidates and the Republican Party of Florida banded together this weekend to deliver much-needed relief supplies to the Florida Panhandle. Supplies were donated at victory offices across the state. Additionally, the RPOF, working with Walmart and Grayton Beer Company,  coordinated the delivery of $20,000 worth of bottled water and...

RPOF Chairman: Democrats Should Be Ashamed for Political Games on Voter Registration

TALLAHASSEE, FL- Republican Party of Florida (RPOF) Chairman Blaise Ingoglia today issued the below statement following the news that the Florida Democratic Party filed a lawsuit on voter registration. "It is absolutely reprehensible that the Florida Democrats would play political games on the eve of a potentially devastating hurricane, and waste taxpayer money by filing this lawsuit. Governor Scott's administration has...

RPOF Chairman: Why is Andrew Gillum Surrounded by People Who Have Contempt for Floridians?

TALLAHASSEE, FL- Recently Floridians learned that a high-ranking Andrew Gillum staffer called voters “dumbf*****” and the campaign refused to fire him until more incendiary comments surfaced. Today, the Chairman and CEO of a Florida-based bank, who also happens to be a major Gillum supporter and donor, is calling Florida “a sh*thole.” Why is Andrew Gillum surrounded by people who have...

ICYMI: Politicians in High-Tax Northern States Support Andrew Gillum for Governor

TALLAHASSEE, FL- In case you missed it, politicians in high-tax New Jersey recently held a fundraiser for Andrew Gillum. This week, three Democratic mayors in Massachusetts, held a fundraiser for Gillum even though he wasn’t there. Perhaps Florida’s northern neighbors want Andrew Gillum to be governor as a way to trap and keep residents in their own high-tax...

RPOF Releases New Ads “Unfit to Lead” Exposing Andrew Gillum’s Failure on Hurricane Response

TALLAHASSEE, FL- The Republican Party of Florida today launched two new ads titled “Unfit to Lead.” The 30-second ads, which will air statewide beginning today, expose Andrew Gillum’s systemic failure when Hurricane Hermine caused massive power outages in Tallahassee in 2016. To view the ads, click on the images below.   Unfit to Lead 1: Kathryn


ICYMI - Randy Fine OpEd in the Sun-Sentinel: “Why Chris King’s Comments Matter…”

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT ... Randy Fine: Why Chris King’s comments matter and why as a fellow Harvard alum I know | Opinion Sun-Sentinel Randy Fine October 3, 2018 In 1998, while a student at Harvard College, Chris King ran for president of the Harvard student government, the Undergraduate Council. He lost. In reflecting on...