@UF President Fuchs: "Likelihood of violence and potential injury - not words and ideas - has caused us to take this action."
FSU received a $100 million gift this week - the largest ever in the history of the school. Believed to be largest in state history
Friends and family, I wanted to take a moment to thank you all so very much for all of your love and support during this campaign. We have run a positive campaign and desperately tried to speak to experience and plans for the future of the State Attorney's Office. Many have already voted, but still more will vote tomorrow and I need as many folks to go to the polls as possible. Please urge your friends, family, and coworkers to vote. Tell them to call me at 850-528-9435 if they want to talk about my qualifications and plans. We will be waiving signs this evening at Monroe and Tennessee. Grab your sign and join us. Tomorrow morning, do the same in your neighborhood as we try to encourage folks headed to the polls. Finally, we will wrap up at Betton and Thomasville tomorrow night prior to going to our watch party at Gordo's Cuban Cafe at Market Street. All are welcome. Fifteen years of prosecution makes me hunger to serve more. Over a year of campaigning, fills me with humility and new ideas. I humbly ask for your vote. I solemnly promise that I will give all that I am to serve you and your family. Thank you all!!!!