Kim Kendall First in Florida State Races to Qualify by Petition
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St. Augustine, Fla. — Today, Kim Kendall announced that she qualified to run for House District 18 via petition last week. The education and parental rights advocate is also the first of all statewide and legislative candidates to qualify via petition in this election cycle, collecting over the required 1,483 petition signatures for a total of 1,489.
“Since announcing my candidacy in March, my campaign has exceeded all expectations,” said Kim Kendall. “This qualifying milestone wouldn’t be possible without the district’s unwavering support and commitment to my leadership. The tremendous amount of encouragement I’ve received from the St. Johns community has been an incredible blessing, and I’m confident that we will cross the finish line with a victory on election day. As I continue on the campaign trail in the upcoming months, I look forward to getting to know more of my loyal supporters throughout the district. Thank you for believing in me, District 18!”
Kim Kendall’s career includes working as an FAA air traffic controller and owning two dry cleaners. She has been married to her husband, Kelly, for 30 years and has two adult children. Kendall has been a strong advocate for education and parental rights in Florida for many years, chairing statewide literacy initiatives, working on state-appointed education task forces, and serving as state education chair for the Florida Federation of Republican Women. In addition, Kendall grew up on Naval bases from Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, to Subic Bay, Philippines, giving her unique insight into veteran and military affairs. With this background in important community issues, Kendall will be a strong conservative leader in the Florida House and will use her passion and experience to get things done for the people of District 18.
Paid by Kim Kendall, Republican, for State Representative
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