Florida House Majority Leader Steve Precourt (R-Orlando) and Majority Whip Dana Young (R-Tampa) announced Wednesday that Rep. MaryLynn Magar (R-Tequesta) has been appointed as House Majority Deputy Whip. The appointment of Representatives Travis Cummings (R-Orange Park), Dan Raulerson (R-Plant City), and David Santiago (R-Deltona) were also named in the announcement.
“It has been a privilege getting to know these new Representatives over the last several months and I look forward to working more closely with them this year in their new role,” Precourt said in a statement released to the media. “Each of these Members has demonstrated that they possess the qualities essential to being an effective leader and have a promising future within our office and Party. They each will be a great asset to the Majority Office in promoting our conservative values and keeping Florida on the right path.”
“Leader Precourt and I congratulate Representatives Cummings, Magar, Raulerson, and Santiago on their appointments as Deputy Majority Whips for the 2013 legislative session,” Young added. “These four members have shown great promise as future leaders of the Florida House, and I am confident they will play an integral role in leading the innovative ideas of the Republican Conference through the legislative process.”
The 2013 Legislative Session begins in Tallahassee on Tuesday, March 5.
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