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NEWS ALERT: Precourt takes the job everyone knew he would take

Rep. Stephen Precourt, R-Orlando, sure played it coy the other day when he said he'd have to talk to his family and think about taking that lucrative $175,000 to $200,000 job at the Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority

Well, in a Thursday release surprising no one, here is his resignation from the Florida House. 

Statement by Florida House Representative Steve Precourt regarding Resigning from the Florida Legislature  

Tallahassee, Fla.—Florida House Representative Steve Precourt (R-Orlando) today released the following statement regarding resigning from the Florida Legislature.

“Today, I submitted my resignation as a member of the Florida House of Representatives to Speaker Will Weatherford. Serving in the Florida Legislature has been a great experience, and I am grateful to have worked alongside such esteemed men and women. Working to establish fiscally conservative policies, reinforcing limited government, protecting the unborn, and standing for religious freedom were some of my proudest moments. Representing the constituents of Central Florida in Tallahassee has truly been an honor and I look forward to continuing my service in another capacity.  As I work towards an agreement with the Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority, I commit to maintaining their good reputation. I vow to work hard to uphold the highest standards when serving their customers, the public, the stakeholders and all the many constituents."


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Another Florida GOP career politician living high off the struggling Florida taxpayers. Why does Orlando need to pay $200k for the head of a local expressway authority? What qualifications does this guy have for the job? Was this job ever posted publicly and more qualified people interviewed? of course not. This is just like the job openings for president at state universities that go to well-placed GOP career politicians that have no qualifications whatsoever for the job. The first thing he'll do is raise the toll rates to pay for his generous comp + benefits and huge staff.


Now now, he may not have accepted he position...


at least the legislature is minus one more corrupt Republican POS!
and that's always good news!

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