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Kat Cammack Endorsed by Mayor Kent Guinn

Gainesville, FL - Kat Cammack, Republican Nominee for Congress in Florida's Third Congressional District, is announcing the endorsement of Mayor Kent Guinn of the City of Ocala.

Mayor Kent Guinn currently serves as the Mayor of the City of Ocala. He spent 12 years on the Ocala City Council. He is in the financial services business as a representative of the Guardian Life Insurance Company and the owner of Guinn & Company, LLC.

For the past 29 years he has served on the Board of the Children’s Home Society Mid-Florida Division which covers North Central Florida. He served on the CHS State Board of Directors for 26 years. CHS is a 112-year-old not for profit child welfare agency in the State of Florida. Mayor Guinn was adopted through CHS.

Mayor Kent Guinn gave the following statement:

“I have gotten to know Kat very well over the past decade in her time working as a congressional Deputy Chief of Staff. She is a strong advocate, an effective liaison, and a great leader. I am proud to come out in support of Kat because she will champion the conservative principles that the residents of Florida’s Third District hold dear. Kat will work to secure our borders, reopen the economy, defend the Second Amendment, and protect the sanctity of life.

"It is incredibly important that we protect this Republican seat so please join me in supporting Kat Cammack for Congress in the general election on November 3rd!”

Kat Cammack gave the following statement in response:

“I am honored to have received the endorsement of Mayor Kent Guinn as I run to represent Florida's 3rd Congressional District. Ocala is on track to continue growing economically in a tremendous way over the next five years, surpassing Tallahassee and Savannah, GA. I look forward to working alongside the Mayor to bring growth to Ocala and keep the community moving forward."

Kat Cammack is a small business owner, a proud wife to a first responder, an alumna of the United States Naval War College, and the longtime former Deputy Chief of Staff to the District.

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