Mainstream Daily News | April 10, 2020
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul announced this week that he is endorsing local candidate Kat Cammack for Congress in the Florida District 3 election. The seat is currently held by Rep. Ted Yoho. Cammack was previously Yoho's chief of staff and campaign manager.
The district includes Alachua, Clay, Putnam, Bradford and Union counties, along with the majority of Marion county. The cities of Gainesville and Palatka are in the district as well as part of Ocala (its northern suburbs). Some Jacksonville suburbs such as Middleburg, Green Cove Springs, and Orange Park are also in the district.
Paul made the following statement:
"Kat Cammack is a conservative outsider and a big government fighter. She will stand with President Trump to build the wall and secure our borders, protect life, and defend the Second Amendment. We need to send strong conservatives like Kat Cammack to Washington who have the courage to take on career politicians and drain the swamp. She is a passionate patriot who has the know-how, work ethic, and backbone to make a real difference. Kat Cammack is exactly the kind of representative we need more of on Capitol Hill, which is why she has my full support in her campaign for Congress in FL-03."
"It is truly an honor to earn the endorsement and trust of Senator Rand Paul in our campaign for Florida's 3rd District," said Cammack. "Rand is an ardent defender of the Constitution and will never shy away from a fight to limit government and protect individual liberties in Washington. With the extremists on the Left growing bolder in their push for socialism every day, we need those leaders now more than ever. If given the privilege of representing our District, I would be proud to stand alongside him on Capitol Hill for conservative values and to work every day to drain the swamp."