Greg Folley Fights ‘Radical Left’ In TV Ad For Florida HD 81 Race


April 24, 2024

Contact: Matt Doster
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Naples, Fla. – Today, the Greg Folley campaign released its first TV ad in the race for State House District 81. In the spot, Greg calls out Joe Biden on his weak leadership, which has left our borders wide open, made room for insane climate initiatives, and allowed radical transgenderism in schools. Enough is enough. In the State House, Greg will bring his experience as a member of President Reagan’s White House staff and a longtime business executive to stop the woke agenda and keep our state the Free State of Florida.

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The full text of the ad reads as follows:

Joe Biden is a tool for the radical left.
But did you ever think we’d see an agenda like this?
Open borders…
Banning gas stoves…
Radical transgenderism…
Even in schools!
I started my career as a college coordinator for Ronald Reagan…
Fought for American capitalism in business…
And I’ll fight for you in the legislature to stop the woke agenda.
Keeping us the Free State of Florida.

Greg is a full-time resident of Marco Island and was appointed to the City Council on June 1, 2020, to fill a vacancy. He was elected to fill the remainder of the term in November 2020 and was re-elected to a full four-year term in November 2022. From December 2022 to December 2023, he served as the Chairman of the Marco Island City Council. Greg is married to Margo, a father of nine children and two stepchildren, and is a grandfather of 11. He is a parishioner at San Marco Catholic Church.


Paid by Greg Folley, Republican, for State Representative

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