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📣#Florida! You are some lucky people!

🌟You have an All-Star lineup of candidates to vote for in the General Election on November 6, 2018.

🐘Time to break the Republican trifecta (Governor, State Senate, State House all GOP) you've had for the most part since 1999.

Statewide:
📣This is the most important election of most of our lifetimes!

If you are not registered yet to vote in the General Election, you have until October 9th, 2018. Some people can even register online:

registertovoteflorida.gov/en/Registratio…

🌟U.S. Congress candidates, Northern #Florida region:
🗳️ If you are ineligible to register to vote online in #Florida, there's more information about how to proceed here:

dos.myflorida.com/elections/for-…

🌟U.S. Congress candidates, Central #Florida region:
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Rick Scott likes to say: "I refuse to apologize for my success." But Floridians know that his "success" was marred by fraud — the largest Medicare fraud in the history of the United States. politi.co/2N3IlYS #NotScott #FLSen
"The legacy of Scott’s leadership of Columbia/HCA — once the nation’s largest for-profit hospital chain before it ousted Scott and settled the largest health care fraud fine in history at the time — underpins his political identity."
"Scott was reluctant to cooperate with federal investigators, not responding to repeated requests for an interview with federal investigators in 1995 regarding accusations against the company, and he remained CEO and chairman of Columbia/HCA’s board."
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SCANDAL #7
It’s official, FL bill HB 631 is now a law and could affect a beach near you even if you don’t live in Florida. Walton County residents were out in droves yesterday (July 1st) to protest this new law, signed by Governor Rick Scott last month.
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This new #Florida law invalidates local municipalities' #customaryuse ordinances and effectively locks the general public out of using the best parts of Florida’s beaches—unless they can afford to rent (or buy) beachfront property. Lawsuits are pending. #standyoursand
🚫HB 631 bans local municipalities from adopting ordinances to regulate public access to Florida’s beaches above the mean water line.

⁉️But first, where’s the mean water line?

💥In short, it's where everyone wants to sit when they're at the beach.

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