RPOF CHAIRMAN: DEMOCRATS WANT TO REVERSE FLORIDA’S ECONOMIC PROGRESS
TALLAHASSEE, FL- Florida businesses created 20,000 private-sector jobs in August according to new economic numbers released today. Over the past year alone, 217,600 new private-sector jobs were created in Florida.
“The numbers don’t lie— conservative leadership has helped Florida prosper,” said RPOF Chairman Blaise Ingoglia. “Since Republicans took control of the Governor’s mansion and Florida Cabinet in 2010, Florida’s unemployment rate has been lowered to 3.7 percent and businesses have created 1,615,500 private-sector jobs. The Democrats and Andrew Gillum want to reverse our economic progress by imposing more than $1 billion in taxes on hardworking Florida families. We must elect Ron DeSantis as our next governor to ensure the economy remains strong and that Floridians have access to good-paying jobs.”
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