Better wages/gov.'t caps urged by Moore to address basic needs of Floridians!
State Senate candidate Brian Moore filmed at Citrus County Chronicle forum.
photo by sanudo
(2 minute+ YouTube video by Ken Eplin of KFE Community Toybox)
Spring Hill, Friday, July 8, 2022:
Green Party state senate 11 candidate Brian Patrick Moore was video recorded at a Citrus Chronicle forum for primary election candidates last Thursday evening, June 30, in Inverness, Florida. Moore criticized Governor DeSantis and the Republican legislature for showing more concern about cultural and heritage issues than addressing the increasing costs of food, medicine, housing and gas prices.
Moore also called for improvement in worker earnings with supportive government controls so that the average citizen could better support their basic living costs.
Moore’s opponent for the state senate 11 position is Republican Blaise Ingoglia. There are no Democrats in the race, so it will be a unique minor-major party/two-candidate race only. The previous incumbent state senator, for most of the new district area, was Senate President Wilton Simpson, who is now a running for State Agriculture Commissioner. Governor DeSantis endorsed both Republicans when their primaries were scheduled, causing same-party opponents to drop out.
Since Moore will not have a primary election opponent he was not a participant in the Chronicle's candidate questions at the podium, but used his presence to distribute campaign literature. He also personally met scores of Citrus residents and primary election candidates from both major political parties.
The new state senate district 11 encompasses the entire counties of Citrus, Sumter, and Hernando, and a small part of West Pasco County.