Nancy Argenziano endorses Brian Moore for Florida State Senate 11
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Former state representative and state senator for the Citrus county, and former Chair of Public Service Commission, endorses Brian Patrick Moore for State Senate 11.
Hernando County School Board member, Jimmy Lodato, and the weekly alternative publication in the greater Tampa area, Creative Loafing, also endorse Moore.
Friday, October 27, 2022, by Brian Moore
Statement of endorsement released by Nancy Argenziano:
"I fully support Brian [Moore] for Senate District 11. This is the time to put someone in office as your public servant who will uphold the oath they take to the people and the Constitution rather than a political party.
This is the time to stop the radical nonsense and political bickering.
It's time to end the dysfunctional two-party system.
Brian has the honesty and integrity and the will to be a public servant."
Thursday, October 27, 2022, 8:10 PM
Ms. Argenziano was elected to the Florida House of Representatives for the 43rd district, representing Citrus County, from 1996 to 2002. She was then elected to the Florida State Senate’s District 3 from 2002 to 2007.
Ms. Argenziano was appointed to the Public Service Commission in 2007, by then Republican Governor Charlie Crist, and became Commission Chair until leaving in 2011.
Ms. Argenziano was a member of the Republican Party throughout her legislative career. She then switched to become a registered Independent in 2011, and in 2022 registered as a Democrat.
Recent Hernando School Board member, Jimmy Lodato, who lost his re-election bid last July, also endorsed Brian Moore for state senate 11. Jimmy told Brian on the phone that he endorses his candidacy. Lodato was paraphrased that “We need a change, and you [Brian] can do it, so run hard, I support you and publicly endorse your candidacy.”
Creative Loafing, the alternative weekly publication of art, culture and politics for the Tampa area, also endorsed Moore on October 27th website for the State Senate 11 seat.