The Pam Bondi for Attorney General Campaign Monday announced the launch of a statewide television advertisement to air in five of Florida’s major media markets beginning Tuesday, September 9, 2014, according to a written statement from the campaign:
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.”
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.
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