May 21, 2010
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ADAMS WINS ANOTHER STRAW POLL!
APOPKA, FL – Representative Sandy Adams won another straw poll yesterday. For the fourth time since the campaign began, Central Florida Republicans picked Sandy as their champion to fight against Washington’s fiscal irresponsibility. Today’s overwhelming vote by the Northwest Orange Republican Women’s Federated Club follows last week’s equally decisive outcome of the straw poll sponsored by the Seminole County Republican Executive Committee. Sandy Adams continues to win the support of fellow conservatives with her consistent message of tested and proven, conservative leadership.
“I appreciate the hard working Republican women from Apopka and the surrounding
area. They have helped in many campaigns and I’m looking forward to their
support again as I focus on defeating Suzanne Kosmas and the agenda of Nancy Pelosi”, said Sandy Adams.
This is the fourth Central Florida straw poll Adams has won since the campaign
to unseat Democrat incumbent Suzanne Kosmas began. Adams also won the Orange
County Republican Executive Committee straw poll held in November 2009 and the
Tea Party Straw Poll in February 2010. %
Straw poll results included the following:
Sandy Adams 44%
Tom Garcia 17%
Craig Miller 13.5%
Deon Long 13.5%
Karen Diebel 12
About Sandy Adams:
Sandy Adams is a former law enforcement officer and current Representative in the Florida House, representing the 33rd District. Sandy served her community for 17 years as Deputy Sheriff in Orange County before running and being elected to the Florida State Legislature in 2002. Today, she and her husband, John, reside in Orlando and are the proud parents of three children. For additional information please visit http://www.SandyAdams.com.
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