Florida Right To Life PAC Endorses Ardian Zika for Florida House of Representatives, District 37

Another endorsement for Zika in his District 37 Florida House bid

LAND O’ LAKES, FL – In another crucial endorsement, Ardian Zika’s campaign for Florida House of Representatives, District 37 has announced that Zika has received an endorsement from Florida Right To Live PAC.

Zika has also received endorsements from former Florida Department of Elder Affairs Secretary Sam Verghese and the Florida Gulf Coast chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors.

District 37 for the Florida House of Representatives includes Land O’ Lakes, Odessa, and nearby towns.  The Republican candidate is one of three members of the GOP running for the seat in District 37, along with Ryan Boney and Elle Rudisill.  The seat, which had been occupied by Republican Richard Corcoran, is up for grabs in 2018 as Corcoran’s term limit is up.  Tammy Garcia has declared her candidacy as a Democrat.  In 2014 and 2016, Corcoran ran unopposed.  The district is considered firmly “red,” making the Republican primary critical.

“I am honored to receive the endorsement from Florida Right To Life,” said Ardian Zika.  “As the only candidate in House District 37 to have received this endorsement, voters can be confident I will work tirelessly to protect the lives of unborn children and will fight to provide the support and resources mothers and families need.”

Florida Right To Life PAC is the largest Pro-Life PAC in the state.  It consistently delivers the votes necessary to elect Pro-Life men and women to federal and state government.  FRTL PAC educates candidates on the issues of abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia.  The PAC can help Pro-Life candidates to clearly articulate their position on the life issues and can provide information for the candidate.  They inform voters about the candidates’ position on the life issues, and urge them to vote for Pro-Life candidates.

Florida’s Republican and Democratic primaries are scheduled to take place on August 26.  The deadline for voter registration to participate in those primaries is July 30.

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