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Your PAC At Work

In politics, money talks, and Florida Realtors PAC gives us a voice. When Realtors speak through Florida Realtors PAC, Tallahassee listens. And the more money Florida Realtors PAC raises, the louder we speak.

Many times, Realtors’ greatest victories receive no notice and little fanfare. An oppressive bill could die quietly in committee; an amendment that creates a tax on Realtor commissions could be unceremoniously pulled. The Florida Legislature introduces more than 4,000 bills each year. Florida Realtors monitors each one and, when appropriate, works to influence the bill’s direction.

Florida Realtors PAC isn’t Republican; it isn’t Democrat; it doesn’t represent the independent voter; it doesn’t buy votes. It is simply a strong voice – and sometimes the only strong voice – fighting for Florida’s Realtors and homeowners in Tallahassee.

Without Florida Realtors PAC, your voice in Tallahassee falls silent.

Your Investment is Your Voice!!
 

 

 

Local News

Flagler County Association of REALTORS® Screening Committee Supports Candidates for City of Flagler Beach and City of Bunnell Commission

BUNNELL, Fla., 2017 —Flagler County Association of REALTORS® (Candidate Screening Committee) made its candidate recommendations for the 2017 Municipal Elections.

There are 6 candidates that have qualified to run for the two City of Flagler Beach Commission seats and two City of Bunnell Commission seats, which five were interviewed by the committee.

Flagler County Association of REALTORS® has announced a list of supported candidates in these races.

Candidates were evaluated on numerous factors, including their support on issues that are relevant to the real estate profession.

 

Flagler County Association of REALTORS® recommended candidates include:

City of Bunnell Commission

John Sowell

City of Flagler Beach

Kim Carney (incumbent)

Marshall Shupe (incumbent)

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