Marco Rubio endorses ‘principled conservative’ Aaron Bean in Florida CD 4

CD 4 includes portions of Nassau, Clay, and Duval counties.

US senator. Marco Rubio supports Aaron’s Bean in the running for Florida’s 4th congressional district.

Bean is a candidate for the Republican nomination in the August 23 primary election, the winner of which will face the Democratic candidate in November.

“Aaron Bean is a principled conservative leader and business owner who knows what Florida families need and will champion our values ​​in Washington,” Rubio said. “I have considered Aaron a friend since we served together at Florida House, and I am so happy that he has volunteered to serve the people of Northeast Florida in Congress. I am proud to support Aaron Bean’s campaign for Congress.

Bean replied, “I am so grateful and excited for Senator Rubio’s endorsement. Senator Rubio traveled to Washington to defend Florida and our nation in the US Senate, and I hope to be his partner in the US House next November.

“I served with Senator Rubio when he was Speaker of the Florida House and was a proud member of his leadership team. What we accomplished in the House, putting an exclamation mark on the conservative agenda and the policies that are now part of the fabric of Florida, I hope to reflect together in Washington.

Rubio is one of many elected leaders to endorse Bean in the three weeks since he entered the race, along with others including the Sheriffs of Clay and Nassau Counties and nearly two dozen current and former Nassau County elected officials.

Bean currently represents Nassau and part of Duval County in the state Senate, where he serves as Senate President pro tempore.

CD 4 includes portions of Nassau, Clay, and Duval counties.

bean tackles Eric Aguilarwho originally filed to run in the GOP Primary in former CD 4 vs. US Rep. John Rutherfordand analyst of health insurance contracts Jon Chuba in the Republican primary.

Although the district is expected to play Republican in the fall, the former state senator. Tony Hill and former congressional candidate LaShonda Holloway both are actively campaigning for the Democratic nomination.

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