Hans Tanzler III, a former executive director of the St.
Johns Water Management District and son of the iconic mayor who first led Jacksonville's consolidation era, said Thursday he is running for the 4th Congressional District.
The 2015 Jacksonville mayoral election took place on March 24, 2015, to elect the Mayor of Jacksonville, Florida.
As no candidate received a majority of the vote, a runoff was held between the top two vote-getters on May 19, 2015.
Incumbent Democratic Mayor Alvin Brown ran for re-election to a second term in office.
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” The dangerous mix of exploiting rumors of sex between consenting adults, and serious accusations about victimizing women, has the potential to turn Florida’s next legislative session into an emotional powder keg.
“Session is starting now and our state has been ravaged by a hurricane that caused destruction and taught lessons and now you have this black hole consuming everything,” Diaz said.
Three other Republicans have also filed for the seat: Deborah Katz Pueschel, who ran as a write-in candidate in 2014, St. The district includes conservative voting blocs in Northeast Florida that heavily favor Republican candidates, meaning the winner of the Aug.
Johns County Commissioner Bill Mc Clure and David S. 30 primary will be the favorite to win the seat in the general election.
Tanzler, despite his recognizable namesake, is a bit of an outsider in the Aug. He's never before run for public office and would have to best at least two seasoned Jacksonville politicians: former Sheriff John Rutherford and state Rep. That, as far as Tanzler sees it, is an asset with a GOP base that shunned more establishment candidates and instead turned out strong for businessman Donald Trump in the Florida Republican primary in March."I'm the only one who has not been tied to government and relied on government," he said.