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It's that time again. Time to sit down and do your homework and figure out who will best repressent your community's interests and your own interests. If the candidates below don't fit the bill, then you're probably a leftist/progressive/liberal so you can go elsewhere to get some feedback on the candidates. I don't really care. For those of us who love America and want to MAGA, then it's the people I endorse below who I think may have the best chance of heading us in the right direction. I may be wrong on a few of them because the RINOs are not always evident in their candidacy, but I try to make the best decisions I can with the information I have. I hope to support the most Conservative candidates out there; but not "Libertarians" because they support abortions and drug use and I don't think that's Conservative. Personally, IMHO, "Libertarian" is just another way of hiding behind some issues to support the holy grail of abortion. It doesn't wash with me.


So for the 2018 mid-term elections I endorse the following candidates:



U.S. Senator (Goes to D.C. to serve): Rick Scott (R) current Governor of Florida. He's done well for Florida and he's stood up to the left and done a lot of good here. I do not say he is perfect. I do say he's better than the rest, IMHO. But this is my website and you're here reading my opinions and choices so getting someone else's "Humble Opinion" would be an absurd expectation.


United States Representative (Brevard County): Bill Posey (R), because he's done mostly good here, too.


Florida Governor: Rep. Ron DeSantis, because I think he's the best choice. I like his qualifications, his goals and his attitude. I also like his endorsements.


Florida Attorney General: Ashley Moody, because she has solid people behind her, and I looked into the "United Conservatives" (her opponent's PAC) allegations and found that they are VERY misleading. When your opponent has to mislead others to get votes that means that they will mislead during their term in office, too. Check out Ashley Moody's website and do the research on her opposition yourself. Personally, I don't think he's a very nice man.


Florida Chief Financial Officer: Jimmy Patronis (R) (Acting CFO) because he's done a good job so far and is considering a new position to oversee the cryptocurrency thing: Bitcoin, etc. I think that's a very good idea. I think the consumers of Florida who decide to go into that arena need to have a resource better than those using smoke and mirrors to sell these things as "valuable". I think cryptocurrencies are a bunch of hooey and to see anyone be misled into giving up hard earned money to buy into them is a sad occurrence in my eyes. His main opponent thinks it's a bad idea: I think it's a good one.


Florida Commissioner of Agriculture: Matt Caldwell (R), because he has the history needed to make the right decisions, is PRO-Second Amendment, has the support of people I respect and I think his long history (family and personal) within Florida's orange growers and their troubles and concerns. His opponents may have some ties, but they also have other troubles: Troutman has a questionable "loan" to his own campaign and is worth $40 Million - why he wants to be a lowly Ag Comm, I have no idea, but I will never believe it's purely altruistic, IMHO. Grimsley didn't answer questions on the 2008 "Political Courage Test". That says something. Check into the others yourself. I don't endorse those I basically disagree with from the get-go.


Florida State Senator (Brevard County): Dorothy L. Hukill (R), because she's better than the (D) possibility.


State Representative (Brevard County):

  • District 50: Rene "Coach P" Plasencia because he is the best candidate running, and the incumbent.

  • District 51: Tyler Sirois (R) because I would love to endorse Henry Parrish (I've known him for over ten years) but I have spoken to a few businesses in the last year and they have told me that they have all but given up doing anything in Cocoa because it's too hard to do business there. I can't support that. I love Henry, but I have to go with Tyler Sirois. Sorry, Henry.

  • District 52: Thad Altman (R) who has his faults, but I had a personal encounter with his Republican opponent, Matt Nye, and I cannot endorse him when Nye wants to silence anyone who does not support Nye's viewpoint. I support and endorse Thad Altman.

  • District 53: Randy Fine (R) because he is not a dumboRAT. What can I say? I don't believe in the dumboRAT platform.

County Commissioner D2: Bryan Lober (R) because he has the endorsement of a man I totally respect: Scott Ellis. Because he is NOT chuck nelson. Because we need someone who wants to save taxpayer dollars instead of tax and spend, spend, spend, as did nelson when he was in office. I don't like the way nelson did things in office and I will never, ever endorse him.


County Commissioner District 4: Trudie Infantini who is doing what I consider a little bit of "carptebagging", but she's so much better than her (R)ino opponent. Curt Smith received Scott Ellis's and MY endorsement in 2014, but when I look at his record, I cannot endorse what he has done on the BOCC. I also cannot endorse Smith's lack of completing his financial disclosure forms properly. Of course, it was Trudie's ex-aide, Matt Nye, who found the information out and made it public, but he's running for District 52 State Representative so he won't be her aide if he wins (hope he doesn't).


Port Canaveral Commissioner District 5: Robyn Hattaway. I don't really know why. Maybe it's time for a change of guard and maybe it's a gut feeling, but I think I should endorse her. We'll see how it works out.


School Board District 1: Misty Belford because I liked her since the last time I endorsed her and I have found nothing to "ding" her for, although the School Board's minutes could be better at recording the discussions instead of being so very, very spotty. I don't think the minutes are well done at all but that's not Misty Belford's fault.


School Board District 2: Frank Sullivan because I disagree with the direction the rest of the candidates want to take public schools. Cheryl McDougall wants to have "social emotional learning". How to cry at the right time? Charles Parker supports STEAM. STEAM leaves HISTORY OUT of the curriculum. "Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it." (George Santayana: attributed to) If you do not STUDY history, how can you learn from it? The other candidate, is also into the "emotional" education crap. Teaching children how to grow up without having any hurt feelings is NOT AN EDUCATION. It's a baby-creating machine and it's NOT GOOD ENOUGH for our students! History will rue the day when "emotional learning" was ever thought of!


School Board District 5: Katye Campbell, again, this endorsement rides a bit on the endorsement of Scott Ellis, which she received. I like what I read on her website as well. I think that Andy Ziegler has been there long enough to have had his day, but the fact that teachers are still allegedly not paid well enough indicates that he may not have been as good an advocate for them as he says. According to the NEA (National Education Association (why should we trust them, I don't know), in 2017,

"The average teacher salary in Florida Public Schools was $37,405."
That's higher than the Florida per capita income of $26,551 and higher than the entire U.S. per capita income of $27,334; but lower than the MEDIAN income in the U.S. of $51,914 and than Florida's MEDIAN income of $47,661. To get the MEDIAN income, (the easy description) is to list all of the incomes you have and then count how many there are and go to the one that is in the middle. So if you have 3,928,404 incomes, you divide that number by two - 1,964,202 - and that's the MEDIAN income as opposed to the average income. To get the average income you add the amount of all of the incomes together then divide them by the number of incomes to get the average. According to the National Education Assoc., the average American teacher makes $38,617. So there is some lag in Brevard County, but considering what I've seen of the "education" our children are receiving in Amerca's (not specifically Brevard's) public schools (hate the president, hate the country, etc.), I can't imagine giving teachers more until our students learn reading, writing, arithmetic, TRUE American and world history, science (not PC science), art and music, and health education (not SEX education: health - how to take care of your body, not abuse it), then let's demand a better education for our students and never give payraises to those who refuse to do so. That includes the School Board!


County Court Judge, Group 5: Katie Jacobus because I like her, too. I don't know her. I don't know much about her except what I found on the internet, but I like her. She also has Scott Ellis's endorsement. He's Clerk of Court, so I think he'd know.


The City candidates, I want you to investigate on your own. You live closer to them than I, have a bigger investment in who they are and what they want to do to the city you live in, and have more personal contacts that can tell you more about them than I can get online. You have neighbors, businesses you frequent, etc. Talk to them and find out if they have any info on them. If you find anything you want to share, tell your neighbors. Make sure you do what you can to get the person you prefer elected. If you don't participate, you can't complain about who got elected because you sat on your duff all day.


There are several candidates running opposed so they automatically "win" election. There is no reason to endorse them; they're in whether or not you or I like them.


That's all of my endorsements for this election. I hope you will share this page and that (if you agree with me) you will remember to go vote in the Primary Election on August 28th, and in the 2018 General Election on November 6th. VOTE or don't complain.



This is a paid political electioneering communication. Paid for and approved by Linda McKinney 6025 Keystone Ave. Port St. John, FL 32927, Independent of any candidate, campaign, or committee.

This is a paid political advertisement. Paid for and approved by Linda McKinney 6025 Keystone Ave. Port St. John, FL 32927, Independent of any candidate, campaign, or committee.

This is a paid political advertisement. Paid for and approved by Linda McKinney 6025 Keystone Ave. Port St. John, FL 32927. No political candidate approved this advertisement.

This is a paid political disclaimer CYA. Paid for and approved by Linda McKinney 6025 Keystone Ave. Port St. John, FL 32927, Independent of any candidate, campaign, or committee.

For the idiots out there who will make a fuss because they're too stupid to think it through: This is a paid political advertisement. Independent of any candidate, campaign, or committee. Paid for and approved by Linda McKinney, 6025 Keystone Ave. Port St. John, FL 32927. No Party Affiliation, Phantom Candidate for a Phantom (Does Not Exist: created by themuslimvileone's administration: not reality) District in Florida Near You! Now bite me. Morons.




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