Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi Wins Re-Election

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi Wins Re-Election Bid

-Floridians Return Bondi to Office with 55% of the Vote- 

(Tampa, Fla.) – Tonight, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi won handily over her Democratic and Libertarian opponents to be elected to serve a second year term as Florida’s Chief Legal Officer.  As of 9:30 p.m. election night, General Bondi secured 55 percent of the vote with more than 5.6 million votes cast in the cabinet race. Democratic nominee George Sheldon spoke with General Bondi and congratulated her in her re-election bid.

In her remarks this evening, Attorney General Bondi spoke to her duties and responsibilities of her office, stating “when the federal government does things they’re not empowered to do, which threaten individual and states’ rights, I will not be silent - nor bullied.” Bondi continued, “over the next four years, I will remain committed to securing the safety and well-being of every Floridian.”

In closing, Bondi thanked her family, “I was inspired by my mom, who made education, and our family, her priority; and by dad who exemplified integrity and class in everything he did. Dad – this one’s for you,” a tribute to her father who passed away last.

Family, friends and supporters cheered the first woman-elected Attorney General Election at the TPepin Hospitality Centre in Tampa.

About Pam Bondi for Attorney General

Attorney General Pam Bondi has a nationally recognized record of shutting down pill mills, taking synthetic drugs off the shelves, fighting human trafficking, providing consumer relief for Floridians and cracking down on Medicaid fraud. She has been travelling the state talking directly to voters about her accomplishments and discussing how our citizens can continue to work together to make our state the safest place to live, work and raise a family.

A native of Tampa and a fourth generation Floridian, Attorney General Bondi served as a successful prosecutor for more than 18 years in Hillsborough County. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and Stetson University College of Law.  Learn more about Pam Bondi for Attorney General and how to get involved in the campaign at www.PamBondi.com. Find Pam Bondi on Facebook, and Twitter.

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Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi Hosts Election Night Reception on Tuesday, Nov. 4 at 6 p.m. at Tampa’s TPepin Hospitality Centre

(Tampa, Fla.) – Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi will be at the TPepin Hospitality Center on November 4, 2014 to watch the election night returns.

What:                     
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi Campaign
Election Night Reception

When:                    
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Doors open at 6:00 p.m.

Where:               
TPepin Hospitality Centre
4121 North 50th Street
Tampa, FL 33610

About Pam Bondi for Attorney General
Attorney General Pam Bondi has a nationally recognized record of shutting down pill mills, taking synthetic drugs off the shelves, fighting human trafficking, providing consumer relief for Floridians and cracking down on Medicaid fraud. She has been travelling the state talking directly to voters about her accomplishments and discussing how our citizens can continue to work together to make our state the safest place to live, work and raise a family.

A native of Tampa and a fourth generation Floridian, Attorney General Bondi served as a successful prosecutor for more than 18 years in Hillsborough County. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and Stetson University College of Law.  Learn more about Pam Bondi for Attorney General and how to get involved in the campaign at www.PamBondi.com. Find Pam Bondi on Facebook, and Twitter.

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Pam Bondi, Jeb Bush rally voters in Tampa

Tampa Bay Times - Attorney General Pam Bondi and former Gov. Jeb Bush appeared at an Ybor City in Tampa rally Monday with and heaped praise on Gov. Rick Scott and scorn on Democrat Charlie Crist.

Of Bondi, Bush said, "I would like to support people like Pam Bondi who have core beliefs and who act on them and serve people with passion and conviction and do so in a way that truly makes a difference."

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Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi to Vote at Tampa Precinct on Tuesday, Nov. 4 at 9 a.m., Joined by State Rep. Dana Young, State Attorney Mark Ober and County Commissioner Sandy Murman

(Tampa, Fla.) – Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi will be joined by State Representative Dana Young (R-Tampa), State Attorney for the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of Florida Mark Ober and Hillsborough County Commissioner Sandy Murman at Bondi’s home precinct to cast her vote on Election Day. General Bondi will arrive at the Kate Jackson Community Center, voting precinct #157, at 9:00 a.m.. Media is invited to attend and asked to contact Trey Stapleton at 682.597.7022, or via email at Trey@PamBondi.com.

What:                 
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi at Voting Precinct
State Representative Dana Young (R-Tampa), special guest                      
State Attorney, 13th Judicial Circuit, Mark Ober, special guest
Hillsborough County Commissioner Sandy Murman, special guest

When:                   
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
9:00 a.m.

Where:         
Kate Jackson Community Center
821 South Rome Avenue
Tampa, FL 33606
813.259.1704

About Pam Bondi for Attorney General
Attorney General Pam Bondi has a nationally recognized record of shutting down pill mills, taking synthetic drugs off the shelves, fighting human trafficking, providing consumer relief for Floridians and cracking down on Medicaid fraud. She has been travelling the state talking directly to voters about her accomplishments and discussing how our citizens can continue to work together to make our state the safest place to live, work and raise a family.

A native of Tampa and a fourth generation Floridian, Attorney General Bondi served as a successful prosecutor for more than 18 years in Hillsborough County. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and Stetson University College of Law.  Learn more about Pam Bondi for Attorney General and how to get involved in the campaign at www.PamBondi.com. Find Pam Bondi on Facebook, and Twitter.

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Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi Joined by Former Governor Jeb Bush for GOTV Rally on Monday, Nov. 3 at 4 p.m. at The Columbia Restaurant in Tampa

(Tampa, Fla.) – Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi will be joined by former Florida Governor Jeb Bush for a GOTV rally on Monday, November 3, 2014 at The Columbia Restaurant in Tampa. Doors open at 3:00 p.m. The program begins at 4:00 p.m.

Media is invited to attend and asked to contact Trey Stapleton at 682.597.7022 for additional information.

What:                 
GOTV Rally with Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, special guest

When:                
Monday, November 3, 2014
4:00 p.m. (Doors open at 3:00 p.m.)

Where:                              
The Columbia Restaurant
2117 East 7th Avenue
Tampa, FL 33605
813.248.4961

About Pam Bondi for Attorney General
Attorney General Pam Bondi has a nationally recognized record of shutting down pill mills, taking synthetic drugs off the shelves, fighting human trafficking, providing consumer relief for Floridians and cracking down on Medicaid fraud. She has been travelling the state talking directly to voters about her accomplishments and discussing how our citizens can continue to work together to make our state the safest place to live, work and raise a family.

A native of Tampa and a fourth generation Floridian, Attorney General Bondi served as a successful prosecutor for more than 18 years in Hillsborough County. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and Stetson University College of Law.  Learn more about Pam Bondi for Attorney General and how to get involved in the campaign at www.PamBondi.com. Find Pam Bondi on Facebook, and Twitter.

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Pam Bondi Out Front of George Sheldon in New Poll

Sunshine State News - Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi looks headed for a second term after the results come on Tuesday night.

Public Policy Polling (PPP), a firm with connections to prominent Democrats, released a poll of likely voters on Sunday which shows Bondi with a comfortable lead over former DCF Secretary George Sheldon, the Democratic nominee. Bondi takes 46 percent of voters while Sheldon garners 37 percent. Tallahassee attorney Bill Wohlsifer gets 5 percent on the Libertarian line.

The PPP poll of 1,198 likely voters was taken Nov. 1-2 and had a margin of error of +/- 2.8 percent.

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Pam Bondi Statement on the Passing of Gary Morse

"I and my entire team are broken-hearted over the passing of Gary Morse.  Gary was a true visionary, creating tens of thousands of jobs while re-defining and improving the quality of life for seniors and retirees in ways that many never thought possible.  While doing so, he found time to be a tireless advocate for those in need, providing educational and healthcare opportunities for countless individuals and families.  I was blessed to call him a friend.  I will miss him deeply, and our thoughts and prayers go out to his wife Renee, his immediate family, and the many impacted by the loss of this kind soul"

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Bondi's strong performance deserves a second term as attorney general

Florida Times-Union -

Pam Bondi was a political beginner four years ago. She was a career prosecutor in Tampa and was happy in her job.

She had never run for public office. Yet she was seeking the highest position in law enforcement in Florida.

So the Times-Union did not endorse Bondi. We just felt that she did not seem ready.

What a difference four years has made.

Now after one term in office, Bondi has the confidence that comes with success.

She went after the pill mills and helped shut them down with allies in the Legislature. No longer are seven Floridians dying each day from prescription drug abuse.

Then she went after human trafficking, a scourge in Florida, by putting prosecutors to work on it statewide.

Bondi moved her office’s Medicaid fraud operation from Tallahassee to Miami, where much of the worst fraud is located. The unit recovered $182 million in fraudulent funds in 2012-13.

And she helped bring the state’s hard-hit homeowners relief with mortgage settlements from some of the nation’s biggest institutions. Florida borrowers will receive an estimated $7.6 billion in benefits from loan modifications, including principal reductions, and other direct relief. And Bondi made sure that a large portion of those funds went to the people who needed it — rather than letting the money be diverted to the state’s general fund, as other states have done.

A PROSECUTOR, NOT A POLITICIAN

The best word to describe Bondi is “energetic.”

She is not a natural politician. That shows sometimes with rambling, unscripted answers that leave Bondi vulnerable to political cheap shots.

However, when asked about her request that Gov. Rick Scott delay an execution because it conflicted with a political event, Bondi’s reply was quite refreshing.

It was a mistake, she said simply, taking the blame in straightforward fashion.

It was admirable, impressive stuff.

In answer to questions from the Times-Union editorial board, Bondi said she supports the Stand Your Ground Law but would listen to constructive suggestions for improvements.

She supports more funding for DNA testing for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Prosecutors nationally are bringing rape kits off the shelves and discovering serial rapists.

She praised the Jacksonville Reentry Center for ex-offenders, calling it a national model for placing former prisoners into society.

She is a big supporter of Drug Court, which uses the carrot of rehabilitation and the stick of prison to successfully get people off drugs and back as productive members of society.

She supports Florida’s open government laws.

It’s also clear that Bondi is not interested in using the attorney general’s office as a stepping stone. She is a prosecutor at heart. And she is focused on using those skills to help people.

Pam Bondi deserves another term as attorney general for all the right reasons. She should be re-elected on Nov. 4.

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Editorial: Second term earned by Bondi to continue her agenda

Naples Daily News - Bondi deserves re-election because she’s confronted critical law enforcement issues Florida faced during her first term. Chief among her accomplishments since being elected in 2010 are her role in addressing the pill mill scourge in Florida and focusing on creative ways to search out crime victims who can’t protect themselves, those entrapped in human trafficking.

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Tampa Tribune Endorses Pam Bondi for Attorney General

The attorney general protects consumers from fraud, targets widespread criminal activities such as identity theft and drug trafficking, represents the state when convictions are appealed and defends the constitutionality of laws passed by the Legislature.

Pam Bondi, 48, is a Republican from Tampa and former state prosecutor who is seeking a second term. She deserves considerable credit for putting a major dent in the number of pill mills operating in Florida, attacking the human-trafficking trade and working to keep dangerous synthetic drugs in check. She brokered a settlement with large lending institutions involved with the mortgage meltdown that resulted in billions of dollars for Florida.

She rightly continued — alas, unsuccessfully — former Attorney General Bill McCollum’s legal challenge of Obamacare.

We think the harsh attacks on Bondi for appealing lower court rulings in favor of same-sex marriage are unfair. Perhaps her office could have been more circumspect in its language, but she does have a responsibility to uphold a state ban on the unions that the public voted into the constitution.

And she has been proactive on identity theft and consumer protection.

…Bondi’s good work on critical public safety issues such as pill mills and human trafficking should earn her another term. For attorney general, the Tribune recommends Pam Bondi.

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Attorney General Pam Bondi Hits Home Run in Candidate Debate

(Tampa, Fla.) – The Pam Bondi for Attorney General Campaign declared victory following tonight’s televised debate with Bondi’s Democratic and Libertarian opponents. Viewers learned firsthand of General Bondi’s leadership and accomplishments during the last four years and on behalf of Floridians. 

The hour-long program, hosted by Bay News 9 anchor Al Ruechel, Tampa Bay Times political editor Adam Smith, and Ybeth Bruzual, anchor with Orlando’s News 13, was broadcast in the local Tampa Bay and Orlando media markets. Questions ranged from topics including consumer protection, utilities, pill mills, affordable health care, mortgage fraud, gaming, medical marijuana, same-sex marriage and others, including the focus of the Attorney General’s office over the next four years. 

“After more than eighteen years as a prosecutor, followed by four years as Florida’s Attorney General, Pam Bondi has a strong record of fighting on behalf Floridian’s,” said campaign manager Pablo Diaz. “Tonight's debate clearly showed that Pam Bondi is the person most experienced, qualified and capable candidate to help keep Florida the safest place to live, work and raise a family.” 

General Bondi is proud to have been endorsed by the Florida Police Chiefs Association, Florida Police Benevolent Association, Florida State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police, Florida Association of State Troopers, Florida Professional Firefighters, Florida Medical Association, Florida Chamber of Commerce, National Federation of Independent Business/Florida, Florida Home Builders Association, Associated Industries of Florida, The Professional Firefighters and Paramedics of Palm Beach County, Inc., I.A.F.F. Local 2928, NorthPAC (The Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce), and BizPac Review. 

Attorney General Pam Bondi has a nationally recognized record of shutting down pill mills, taking synthetic drugs off the shelves, fighting human trafficking, providing consumer relief for Floridians and cracking down on Medicaid fraud. She has been travelling the state talking directly to voters about her accomplishments and discussing how our citizens can continue to work together to make our state the safest place to live, work and raise a family. 

About Pam Bondi for Attorney General

A native of Tampa and a fourth generation Floridian, Attorney General Bondi served as a successful prosecutor for more than 18 years in Hillsborough County. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and Stetson University College of Law.  Learn more about Pam Bondi for Attorney General and how to get involved in the campaign at www.PamBondi.com. Find Pam Bondi on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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The Pam Bondi for Attorney General Campaign Launches Second Statewide Television Ad in Seven of Florida’s Major Media Markets

-The Ad, Entitled ‘Human Trafficking,’ Highlights Leadership Efforts Against Criminal Activities-

(Tallahassee, Fla.) – The Pam Bondi for Attorney General Campaign today announced the launch of a second statewide television advertisement to air in seven of Florida’s major media markets beginning Monday, October 6, 2014. The ad, entitled ‘Human Trafficking,’ highlights the Attorney General’s leadership efforts in fighting this criminal activity that impacts young women and children.

“Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi has taken an aggressive approach in efforts to make Florida a zero tolerance state in human trafficking, forming partnerships with truckers, hoteliers and convenience store owners to identify those who may be involved in human trafficking,” said campaign manager Pablo Diaz. “General Bondi’s work also led to the formation of a 15-member Statewide Council on Human Trafficking, of which she is chair, that is bringing together business leaders, hospital personnel, law enforcement officials, and those in the fields of health, education and social services to combat this issue.”

The link to the ad may be found here, and the script is included within the release. This follows the campaign’s first advertisement outlining the Attorney General’s fight in eradicating pill mills and in working to get synthetic drugs out of the hands of Florida’s youth. The first ad, entitled ‘Streets,’ aired on television stations beginning September 9, 2014.

General Bondi is proud to have been endorsed by the Florida Police Chiefs Association, Florida Police Benevolent Association, Florida State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police, Florida Association of State Troopers, Florida Professional Firefighters, Florida Medical Association, Florida Chamber of Commerce, National Federation of Independent Business/Florida, Florida Home Builders Association, Associated Industries of Florida, The Professional Firefighters and Paramedics of Palm Beach County, Inc., I.A.F.F. Local 2928, NorthPAC (The Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce), and BizPac Review.

Attorney General Pam Bondi has a nationally recognized record of shutting down pill mills, taking synthetic drugs off the shelves, fighting human trafficking, providing consumer relief for Floridians and cracking down on Medicaid fraud. She has been travelling the state talking directly to voters about her accomplishments and discussing how our citizens can continue to work together to make our state the safest place to live, work and raise a family.

About Pam Bondi for Attorney General
A native of Tampa and a fourth generation Floridian, Attorney General Bondi served as a successful prosecutor for more than 18 years in Hillsborough County. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and Stetson University College of Law.  Learn more about Pam Bondi for Attorney General and how to get involved in the campaign at www.PamBondi.com. Find Pam Bondi on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The Honorable Pam Bondi “Human Trafficking”
:30 TV FINAL

Pam Bondi:
Florida ranks 3rd nationally in calls for help for human trafficking.

Where young women and children are enslaved and abused.

I knew we needed all hands on deck.

Businesses and hospitals to spot it.

Our great law enforcement to stop it.

And tougher penalties to punish it.

We’re taking on Medicaid fraud, pill mills, gangs and more.

And I’ll fight to put human trafficking monsters where they belong – behind bars.

Announcer:
Pam Bondi. Our Attorney General.

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Despite playful packaging designed to attract teens, synthetic drugs contain real danger

Florida Times-Union - “Working with law enforcement and state lawmakers, we have been able to identify and outlaw 131 dangerous chemical compounds,” Bondi told the Times-Union. “Despite having drastically slowed the sales of synthetic drugs, we must remain vigilant in order to keep synthetic drugs out of the hands of Florida’s youth.”

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PSC orders Duke to refund $54 million to customers

Earlier, state Attorney General Pam Bondi joined a growing chorus of state leaders urging the PSC to refund to ratepayers money they paid for equipment for a nuclear plant. Neither the plant nor the equipment was ever built.

In a letter to commission Chairman Art Graham, Bondi said, "I am writing to express my deep concerns over the Public Service Commission . . . staff's recent recommendation to side with Duke Energy to withhold $54 million in credits rightfully due to its customers."

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Pam Bondi Routing George Sheldon in New Poll

Sunshine State News - A new poll from the Florida Chamber Political Institute (FCPI), which is affiliated with the  Florida Chamber of Commerce, shows Attorney General Pam Bondi in solid shape to win reelection in November.

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AG Bondi Fox and Friends Interview on Medical Marijuana Amendment

Bondi: You just summarized it beautifully. That's our exact concern, that children can have access to this. Let me tell you, four years ago in Florida, we were the pill mill capital of the country. Of the top 100 oxycodone dispensaries, 98 of them lived in Florida. We fought long and hard. Now we're down to zero. Oxycodone deaths have dropped dramatically and we don't want this turning around to every corner dispensing pot instead of prescription drugs. That is why these justices -- this is a great opinion by seven former supreme court justices. They believe it is broad, vague and they believe it would cause general use. They're frightened about the immunity it could give anyone who dispenses it. And that it, age requirement, that children could access this. Everything we've done in Florida -- you and I have talked about this horrible synthetic drug problem, the spices. It's really heroin. Everything we've done to try to put these bad guys out of business, now we could have a pot clinic, a Department of Health, their numbers, they estimate that there could be 1,800 pot shops open within our state. And once this is embedded -- and this is the problem the justices have. Once this is in our Florida Constitution, it's going to be very difficult to fix the flaws. And again, it's my duty to defend it.

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Bondi announces Snyder chosen for human trafficking council

TC Palm - Bondi announces that she has selected Martin County Sheriff William Snyder to be on a human trafficking council.

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Pam Bondi Beats George Sheldon and Bill Wohlsifer in New Poll

Sunshine State News - Public Policy Polling (PPP), a firm with connections to prominent Democrats, released a poll on Tuesday showing Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi with a comfortable lead over her rivals

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Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi Invites Opponent to October Debate

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi Invites Opponent to October Debate

(Tampa, Florida) - Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi today accepted an invitation to debate during a special edition of Political Connections tentatively scheduled for October. The program will be hosted by, and aired on, Bay News 9 in Tampa and News 13 in Orlando. General Bondi is calling on Democratic candidate George Sheldon to also accept the debate invitation.

“I want to thank the organizers at Bay News 9 for offering to host this debate,” said Attorney General Bondi. “This is a great opportunity for voters to hear directly from the candidates on the important issues regarding the safety of our state. I call on Democratic candidate George Sheldon to also accept the invitation to debate so voters may learn more about our records and our views on protecting Floridians and defending our Constitution.”

The Bondi campaign will be working with all of the parties involved to work out the details.

Attorney General Pam Bondi has a nationally recognized record of shutting down pill mills, taking synthetic drugs off the shelves, fighting human trafficking, providing consumer relief for Floridians and cracking down on Medicaid fraud. She has been travelling the state talking directly to voters about her accomplishments and discussing how our citizens can continue to work together to make our state the safest place to live, work and raise a family.

General Bondi has been endorsed by the Florida Police Chiefs Association, Florida Police Benevolent Association, Florida State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police, Florida Association of State Troopers, Florida Professional Firefighters, Florida Medical Association, Florida Chamber of Commerce, National Federation of Independent Business/Florida, Florida Home Builders Association, Associated Industries of Florida, The Professional Firefighters and Paramedics of Palm Beach County, Inc., I.A.F.F. Local 2928.

About Pam Bondi for Attorney General
A native of Tampa and a fourth generation Floridian, Attorney General Bondi served as a successful prosecutor for more than 18 years in Hillsborough County. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and Stetson University College of Law.  Learn more about Pam Bondi for Attorney General and how to get involved in the campaign at www.PamBondi.com. Find Pam Bondi on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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The Pam Bondi for Attorney General Campaign Launches Statewide Television Ad in Five of Florida’s Major Media Markets

The Pam Bondi for Attorney General Campaign Launches Statewide Television Ad in Five of Florida’s Major Media Markets
-The Ad, Entitled ‘Streets,’ Focuses on Synthetic Drugs, Pill Mill Eradication-

(Tallahassee, Fla.) – The Pam Bondi for Attorney General Campaign today announced the launch of a statewide television advertisement to air in five of Florida’s major media markets beginning Tuesday, September 9, 2014. The ad, entitled ‘Streets,’ highlights the Attorney General’s success in eradicating pill mills and in working to get synthetic drugs out of the hands of Florida’s youth.

“Attorney General Pam Bondi has earned a national reputation in taking on synthetic drugs and running unscrupulous pill mill doctors out of Florida,” said campaign manager Pablo Diaz. “This first advertisement highlights Bondi’s tough on crime initiatives. Florida voters will have the opportunity to learn more about her record of accomplishments and her work with law enforcement officials, who have endorsed her re-election efforts.” 

The link to the ad may be found here, and the script is below.

General Bondi is proud to have been endorsed by the Florida Police Chiefs Association, Florida Police Benevolent Association, Florida State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police, Florida Association of State Troopers, Florida Professional Firefighters, Florida Medical Association, Florida Chamber of Commerce, National Federation of Independent Business/Florida, Florida Home Builders Association, Associated Industries of Florida and The Professional Firefighters and Paramedics of Palm Beach County, Inc., I.A.F.F. Local 2928.

 Attorney General Pam Bondi has a nationally recognized record of shutting down pill mills, taking synthetic drugs off the shelves, fighting human trafficking, providing consumer relief for Floridians and cracking down on Medicaid fraud. She has been travelling the state talking directly to voters about her accomplishments and discussing how our citizens can continue to work together to make our state the safest place to live, work and raise a family.

About Pam Bondi for Attorney General
A native of Tampa and a fourth generation Floridian, Attorney General Bondi served as a successful prosecutor for more than 18 years in Hillsborough County. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and Stetson University College of Law.  Learn more about Pam Bondi for Attorney General and how to get involved in the campaign at www.PamBondi.com. Find Pam Bondi on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The Honorable Pam Bondi “Streets”
:30 TV  FINAL

Announcer:
Pam Bondi.

Pam Bondi:
As a prosecutor, I’ve seen crime and brutality fueled by drugs.

As Attorney General, I bannedsynthetic forms of heroin and acid that are poisoning our kids.

And, with our amazing law enforcement, we closed down the pill mills.

Of the top 100 oxycodone-­‐dispensing doctors in this country, 98 of them lived in Florida.  Today, there are none.

Announcer:
Pam Bondi.
Our Attorney General.

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