Sen Marco Rubio endorses Adam Hasner for Florida District 22 – US House of Representatives

Adam Hasner’s campaign for the U.S. House of Representatives seat in Florida District 22 today announced the endorsement of United States Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL).

Senator Marco Rubio said, “As my Majority Leader in the Florida House, Adam Hasner and I worked side-by-side taking on the status quo in Tallahassee and together we can do the same thing in Washington. He is a passionate advocate for American values and will fight tirelessly for the needs of Floridians. Adam’s proven record of cutting red tape and wasteful spending is well known and his leadership on energy policy and critical national security issues will make him immediately effective in Congress. I am proud to endorse and stand with Adam every step of the way in his bid for the United States House. His conservative, common-sense approach is sure to help us restore our nation’s prosperity.”

Adam Hasner said, “I am honored to have the support and endorsement from my friend, and my Speaker, Senator Marco Rubio. Serving as his Majority Leader in the Florida House, I was proud to work alongside him to tackle tough issues and advance a conservative reform agenda. Senator Rubio has demonstrated why he is recognized as an inspiring leader for Florida and our nation. His message of opportunity, and his belief in America’s greatness, transcends party labels and is embraced by all who dream of brighter futures for our children and grandchildren. I am thankful for his support and look forward to working with him in Washington on behalf of the residents of the coastal communities in Palm Beach and Broward Counties.”

Florida Congressional District 22 is a newly drawn district in Palm Beach and Broward counties. Adam Hasner’s campaign has been endorsed by former Governor Jeb Bush, Congressman Allen West, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, NRCC Chairman Congressman Pete Sessions, State Senator Ellyn Bogdanoff, State Representative Bill Hager, State Representative George Moraitis, and local elected officials including Palm Beach County CommissionerSteven Abrams, Palm Beach Town Council Member Bill Diamond, Boca Raton Deputy Mayor Susan Haynie, Ocean Ridge Mayor Kenneth Kaleel, Mayor of Village of Golf and former Chair of the Palm Beach County School Board Tom Lynch, Lake Worth City Commissioner Scott Maxwell, West Palm Beach City Commissioner Kimberly Mitchell, Manalapan Town Commissioner Bill Quigley, Palm Beach Town Council President David Rosow, Highland Beach Town Commissioner Dennis Sheridan and Boca Raton Mayor Susan Whelchel.


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