BOB CORTES ENDORSED BY THE FLORIDA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. — Bob Cortes was officially endorsed today by the Florida Chamber of Commerce and was listed in the Florida Chamber of Commerce’s list of Pro-Business candidates. This Pro-Business designation is given to those candidates who are perceived to be strong on economic issues and have a good understanding of how to create jobs in the state of Florida.
“I am honored by another great endorsement, this time by the top business organization in the state,” said Bob Cortes. “Our economic message of bringing more jobs and better schools to our community is one that is good for all of Florida, and I look forward to going to work on that immediately after being elected.”
Bob Cortes is a staunch proponent of free market economics. He believes that less taxes and fees means more jobs for the working families of central Florida and District 30. The Florida Chamber of Commerce’s endorsement further legitimizes Cortes’ standing as the best pro-jobs candidate in this race.
About Bob Cortes for State Representative
Bob was elected to the Longwood City Commission in November 2009 and is the current Mayor. In 2012, he was re-elected to a second term. He is a member of the Seminole County Community Traffic Safety Team and a graduate of the Florida League of Cities Institute for Elected Municipal Officials. He is a member of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO). With this organization, Bob has participated in several institutes, including the Newly Elected Leadership Institute, the Redistricting Institute, and the Fiscal Policy Institute hosted by NALEO and the Kellogg School of Business. Bob grew up in New York and Puerto Rico and moved to Central Florida in 1989. He founded Cortes Towing Service, a successful small business now in operation for over two decades. In 2011, he started another venture, Cortrans Shuttle Service, a transportation provider that serves Orlando Sanford International Airport, Orlando International Airport, the Port Canaveral Cruise Terminal, and area attractions. He was recently named one of the 25 Most Influential Hispanics by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando. He and his wife, Virginia, are members of St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church in Altamonte Springs. They were blessed with their first grandchild in November 2012 and their second in March of this year.
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