Orlando Political Observer
September 25, 2017
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WINTER SPRINGS, FL — David Smith announced today that the Mayors of Oviedo, Winter Springs, Sanford and Longwood have endorsed his campaign for State Representative.
“David has a reputation for honesty and integrity,” said Oviedo Mayor, Dominic Persampiere. “He has a proven track record of leadership and service from his 30-year career in the U.S. Marine Corps. I’m confident he will represent all the people of Seminole County to the very best of his ability.”
“Colonel David Smith’s campaign has my full support for Florida House District 28,” said Winter Springs Mayor, Charles Lacey. “David’s leadership experience from a career in the U.S. Marine Corps is needed up in Tallahassee. His conservative values reflect those of our community. David is highly qualified and I’m glad he is running for public office. He has my strongest endorsement.
“David has my full support,” said Sanford Mayor, Jeff Triplett. “He has the leadership skills, business experience, strong moral values and the fiscally conservative principles we need in Tallahassee to represent the people of Seminole County.”
“David is well known for his honesty, leadership and work ethic,” said Longwood Mayor, Joe Durso. “I’m confident he will represent the people of Seminole County extremely well in the Florida House of Representatives. David has worked hard to make our community a better place to live. His work with local Veterans has been especially noteworthy. He has my full support.”
“I’m humbled and proud to have earned the support of Mayor Persampiere, Mayor Lacey, Mayor Triplett and Mayor Durso,” said Smith. “Each of these gentlemen has a tremendous record of public service in Seminole County. I look forward to working with all of them on key issues to make Central Florida a better place to live, work, get an education and raise a family.”
Colonel David Smith moved to Central Florida as a young boy in 1972 and currently lives in Winter Springs. After 30 years of service in the United States Marine Corps that included several deployments overseas, Smith retired and now works as a business consultant in Central Florida’s Simulation & Training industry. Although Colonel Smith is no longer in uniform, he is still dedicated to service. In addition to being very active in the Central Florida Veterans community, Smith is a member of the Winter Springs Rotary Club, Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce and Cross Life Church. He is also a member of the Seminole County Republican Executive Committee.