Press Release

Republican, Jennifer Sullivan, Announces Campaign for Florida House District 31

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 19, 2013
Contact: Patricia Sullivan
321.277.5376

Mount Dora, FL – Jennifer Sullivan of Mount Dora, FL, officially announced her candidacy Monday for the Florida House in District 31 and launched her website at www.voteforjennifer.com. As the only candidate representing the next generation, Sullivan has characterized herself as a “Fresh Voice” in the crowded field of six.

Sullivan's decision to enter the race came after dozens of meetings with residents, community leaders and elected officials within District 31. Referring to these discussions, Sullivan stated “The favorable feedback and insights I received were overwhelming.” That support was visible in the positive reaction she saw on her campaign Facebook page. “When meeting with members of the community, the issues important to the majority of citizens are jobs, the economy and education. As I continue to have conversations with voters on their doorsteps, listening to their views, I am confident we can tackle their concerns in a manner that will benefit not only the residents of District 31, but Florida as a whole,” said Sullivan.

“Meet Jennifer” – www.voteforjennifer.com/jennifer

Jennifer Sullivan moved from Apopka to Eustis in 2001, where she immediately began planting roots in the community. The oldest of four children, she has a deep love of family and strong faith. At a young age, Jennifer began challenging her peers to exceed society's expectations and strive toward a higher standard. Jennifer is grateful for the life skills and service opportunities she was able to experience by being home schooled the first twelve years of her education.

Training young men and women across the Nation, Jennifer has learned the valuable lessons of listening, problem solving, and being an example of servant leadership. Her strong work ethic and experienced communication skills create the perfect combination for a fresh voice who will be able to lead from day one in the Florida House.