With three weeks to go until the Republican attorney general primary, state Rep. Frank White, R-Pensacola, has a solid lead over former Judge Ashley Moody in a new poll released on Monday.Continue reading
Candidates who aren't taking matching funds like GOP attorney general candidate Frank White are taking aim at their opponents for accepting 'welfare for politicians.'Continue reading
State Rep. Frank White earned the endorsement of John Stemberger, president of the Christian conservative Florida Family Action group, Thursday in the GOP primary race for attorney general.
White and his opponent, retired Hillsborough judge Ashley Moody, both vied for the endorsement.Continue reading
Currently running for the Republican nomination to replace term limited Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, state Rep. Frank White, R-Pensacola, promises, if elected, to use the bully pulpit of that position to advance conservative values.
Currently in a tight primary against former Judge Ashley Moody, White talked with Sunshine State News and talked about the important issues awaiting Florida’s next attorney general.
“The biggest responsibility is to defend the Constitution,” White told Sunshine State News. “Our Constitution is constantly under attack.”Continue reading
In the race to replace Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, who faces term limits after eight years in Tallahassee, Florida Right to Life Political Action Committee backed state Rep. Frank White over former Judge Ashley Moody in next month’s Republican primary.Continue reading
White stressed his conservative record and values, saying those principles are key in the AG’s role.
PANAMA CITY — State Rep. Frank White of Pensacola said if elected as Florida’s attorney general he would bring his conservative values to the seat.
“I am running as a Constitutional conservative,” the Republican candidate said during an interview Friday morning at The News Herald. “It’s who I am. I believe the attorney general’s No. 1 job is defending the Constitution and the rule of law. And to me that means our enumerated rights in the Constitution, Second Amendment rights, the right to life, the Constitutional structure, issues related to federalism and making sure politicians are held accountable.”Continue reading
This week, the Florida Right to Life Political Action Committee issued endorsements and A ratings for next month’s primaries.Continue reading
Senator Bill Nelson claims to be a “thoughtful, moderate voice in an increasingly partisan political world.” If only that were true! In reality, he’s an extremist who supports abortion on demand through the moment of birth, and he should be worried about the political consequences.
Florida’s Agency for Health Care Administration recently published statistics about abortions in the state for 2017. While the good news is that abortions are declining, a review by the Charlotte Lozier Institute found alarming details in this report. Of nearly 70,000 abortions in Florida last year, the overwhelming majority were elective. Only about two percent of all abortions involved the so-called “hard cases” that are so hotly debated in Washington and the media. This is extreme.Continue reading
Attorney General candidate Frank White releases another digital spot as part of an ongoing digital campaign that began with an introductory video, continued with a glimpse into White’s commitment to his faith last week and now a video speaking directly to Florida’s seniors.Continue reading
Two of the Republican primary candidates for Florida Attorney General voiced their opposition to new gun control legislation during a panel discussion in Fort Myers on Monday.
Ashley Moody and Frank White are two of the four Republicans running to replace current Republican Attorney General Pam Bondi.Continue reading