Republican Attorney General candidates Ashley Moody and Frank White are confirmed to attend. The seat is currently held by longtime incumbent Pam Bondi (R-FL), who is term limited. In debate style format, the candidates will be given an opportunity to make a five-minute opening statement, followed by six questions in which each candidate can respond to the other, ending with a five-minute closing statement.
Former Hillsborough County Circuit Court Judge Ashley Moody and State Representative Frank White are running for the Republican nomination to challenge either Democratic State Representative Sean Shaw or Hillsborough County attorney Ryan Torrens in the November general election for Florida Attorney General. Wellington attorney Jeffrey Siskind is running as an Independent.
Hosted by Americans for Trump – Broward Chapter, a three-course dinner will be served at Galuppi’s Restaurant in Pompano Beach. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. – meeting starts promptly at 6:30. Mandatory RSVP is required – tickets start at $35.00.
“As voters get ready to elect a new Attorney General for the first time in eight years, we’re proud to host Judge Moody and Representative White for this forum,” Scott Newmark told South Florida Reporter.
In Broward County, Attorney General Pam Bondi won 33.018 percent of the popular vote in 2014, while securing 55.1 percent statewide; beating Democratic candidate George Sheldon and Bill Wohlsifer, an Independent.