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Craig Miller leaves FL GOP Senate race, runs for Congress

From a press release:

Ormond Beach-   The Craig Miller for U.S. Senate Campaign announced today that he has suspended his campaign for the U.S. Senate to focus on representing the new Coastal District, including parts of Volusia, Flagler, St. Johns and Putnam Counties in the U.S. Congress.  In making his announcement, Craig made the following statement:

“I want to thank the thousands of Floridians that I have met and encouraged me over the past seven months.  There are several very qualified candidates in the U.S. Senate race to represent our party, some with more name recognition and resources than our campaign. Therefore, I have chosen to shift my focus to serving the people of the new Coastal District.


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Tom Ace

Brilliant move. I would have voted for him in the Senate race because of his experience, but I think his chances are much better in a run for Congress.

Good luck.

Glenn Miller

Good Luck Craig...we are all pulling for you.


For an alternative in the Senate race if you don't want establishment check out


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