East County resident Greg Steube this week became the first candidate for the Florida State House of Representative’s District 67 seat to qualify for the ballot.
Steube officially has collected enough petitions to have his name placed on the ballot, according to the Florida Division of Elections.
“Words are not enough to express the thanks and gratitude that I have for the many volunteers who have sacrificed their time and effort in gathering the necessary signed petitions for my name to be placed on the ballot,” Steube said. “It is an example of the grassroots campaign and widespread support that exists throughout the district, and I will continue to work hard and provide real leadership to earn the support of the local community.”
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