Pam Bondi Endorsed By Florida Optometric Association

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TAMPA, Fla. — Pam Bondi, Republican nominee for Florida Attorney General, today accepted the endorsement of the Florida Optometric Association. The association commended Bondi’s commitment to make Florida a safer place and to encourage small businesses to locate and grow in the state.

The Florida Optometric Association is focused on advancing and promoting the quality, availability and accessibility of primary eye care and related health care of Florida’s citizens. The Association also represents the profession of optometry and seeks to enhance and promote the independent and ethical decision-making of its members and to assist and enable optometric physicians to practice their profession so as to ensure the highest standards of patient care.

“As Attorney General, my top priority will be the safety, jobs and constitutional rights of Floridians, and I am proud to have the support of the Florida Optometric Association,” said Bondi. “I will be ready on day one to continue to stand up for our state’s doctors who are deeply concerned about the availability of a quality health care for Florida’s patients.”

Bondi is a career prosecutor and fiscal conservative who believes in less government and lower taxes and has spent the past 18 years prosecuting all types of criminal activity, including domestic violence, drug trafficking, theft, gang-related crimes and murder.

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About Pam Bondi for Attorney General
In December, Pam Bondi stepped down from an 18-year career as a prosecutor in the State Attorney’s office to run for Attorney General. She won the Republican nomination in August after a competitive primary contest with two other candidates. She is a fourth-generation Floridian and is committed to being an advocate for the small businesses and working families of Florida. Bondi is endorsed by the National Rifle Association. She has been endorsed by the Susan B. Anthony List Fund, which supports pro-life candidates; by Speaker of the Florida House Larry Cretul, former Governor Bob Martinez, and former Attorney General Jim Smith; by the Florida Fraternal Order of Police, the Florida Police Chiefs, and 35 current and former sheriffs in Florida; by the Florida Chamber of Commerce, the Florida Realtors, the Associated Builders and Contractors of Florida, the Associated Industries of Florida PAC, the Florida Retail Federation, the Florida Home Builders Association, and the National Federation of Independent Business; by the Florida Medical Association PAC and the Florida Dental PAC; by the Tampa Tribune and the Tallahassee Democrat; and by numerous other conservative grassroots leaders and elected officials.



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