Here are this week’s best social media offerings from your elected officials.
One of the big political stories here in Florida was David Jolly‘s big win over Alex Sink the Florida Congressional 13th Special Election. Florida Governor Rick Scott passed on his congratulations. Scott defeated Sink in 2010 to become Governor.
Even Florida Senator Marco Rubio comes up for Jury Duty.
In Miami today called to #juryduty. First time ever.
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) March 12, 2014
Alan Grayson decided to use Sink’s loss to teach a lesson.
Florida Speaker of the House Will Weatherford passed on congratulations to another winner this week, House 44 Special Election GOP Nominee Eric Eisnaugle who rolled to victory this week in West Orange County.
— Will Weatherford (@willweatherford) March 12, 2014
Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz decided to post a message from Miami Heat Basketball future Hall of Famer Lebron James‘ad promoting the Affordable Care Act.
Congressman Daniel Webster took to Facebook this week to call for action on the Keystone Pipeline.
State Senator Darren Soto, and State Representatives Linda Stewart, Victor Torres were on hand in Azalea Park yesterday for the rededication of the Roberto Clemente Mural.
Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs was also on hand for the important event.
Finally, here is a great photo of Commissioner Pete Clarke visiting a local Elementary School.
We’ll see you next week!