Peter Feaman is on some kind of roll this month, as he kicks off his campaign for Republican national committeeman. Firebrand congressman and conservative hero, Allen West, announced a key endorsement on July 1, encouraging the Republican Party of Florida’s executive committee members — 231 of whom vote on the position — to send Feaman to Washington, D.C., to help Republicans “return to our constitutional roots.” The vote will take place at the RPOF annual meeting in 2012, the year of the presidential election. The position is filled every four years. West, who has known Feaman since 2004, praised Feaman’s character and gave a respectful nod to Feaman’s son, who is serving in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Letter of endorsement from Rep. Allen West:
Dear RPOF Executive Committee Member:
It is no secret that Washington, D.C. needs more conservative voices. The call to the return to our constitutional roots extends not only to the US House of Representatives, US Senate, and Presidency, but also to our Republican National Committee.
I have known Peter Feaman since I retired to south Florida in 2004. I have observed his work as the State Committeeman for Palm Beach County and as RPOF Chairman of the caucus of state committeemen and State Committeewomen. Peter is a man who not only talks the conservative talk, but he walks the conservative walk. He is a man of his word and someone we can count on to promote conservative values.
I have read his book, “Wake up America!” which describes the threat we face from radical Islam. Peter Feaman’s son Louis currently serves our country as a Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps.
As the National Committeeman for the Republican Party of Florida, Peter will represent us with the highest of integrity. Peter has a wonderful ability to promote conservative values while remaining a friend to all, even those with whom he may disagree. I support Peter Feaman for National Committeeman and urge you do the same.
The outspoken congressman isn’t the only big-name politician to recognize Feaman’s potential. On Friday, Feaman was appointed by Florida Gov. Rick Scott to the Fourth District Court of Appeal Judicial Nominating Commission. The appointment has become a familiar one for Feaman. He was appointed by Gov. Jeb Bush to serve on the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission, and in 1988, Gov. Bob Martinez appointed him to the Fourth District Court of Appeal Nominating Commission.
Cindy Tindell with Peter Feaman
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