TALLAHASSEE, FL — The Florida Democratic Party today released a new television ad, “Love,” featuring Frank Bruno, Democratic candidate for Senate District 8, and his commitment to preserving and protecting Florida’s quality of life. The ad will begin airing on TV stations starting today. See below for transcript and proof.
“Over the last 40 years, Florida has been a place where my family and small business have been able to thrive and grow,” said candidate for Florida Senate District 8 Frank Bruno. “I am so grateful for the blessings our community has given my family. Send me to Tallahassee and I promise to fight everyday to preserve the quality of life that makes this state a great place to live and work.”
A veteran, small business owner, former Vice Mayor and Chairman of the Volusia County Council, Bruno has a long and distinguished record of service to his community. A proven leader known for reaching across the aisle to solve problems, Bruno has the experience and proven track record of success we need fighting for Florida’s middle class.
An open seat, Democrats hold a registration advantage in Senate District 8, which was carried by President Obama in 2008.
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VO, Mary Bruno: My husband Frank fell in love with Florida over 40 years ago.
After the army Frank couldn’t wait to move here and even bought a house without telling me first. Love will make you do things like that.
“Meet Frank Bruno,” www.FrankBrunoForSenate.com.
“Frank Bruno is a 40-year resident of Volusia County. A veteran of the United States Army, Frank has been active in business and civic affairs and has served the community in numerous leadership positions.”
Now, Frank wants the next generation of Floridians to enjoy life like we have – starting with protecting our springs, rivers, beaches and quality of life.
“Our water and land issues also affect our economy. Thousands of people visit or relocate to Florida because of our beautiful beaches, waterways and tropical landscape. Tallahassee politicians need to balance smart economic development with protecting our natural resources. We cannot let a few reckless companies damage our drinking water, pollute our springs and destroy our beaches. From District 8’s Atlantic Ocean to Silver Springs, we need to hold those companies responsible and always protect our land and water.”
“The Sunday Conversation: Frank Bruno,” Headline Surfer News, 8/25/12. “Bringing together environmental experts and concerned citizens, Bruno led a conversation focused on the future of the community and government’s responsibility for ensuring water for future generations.”
Frank’s still crazy enough about Florida to run for the state Senate, where he’ll do what he does best – fight for what he loves.