Jordan Kirkland - March 6th, 2019
With the Republican primary for House District 7 a little over a month away, voters and constituents are playing their part, working to learn more about the candidates and their issues.
While meet and greets, local gatherings, and Facebook are good ways to get educated on certain issues pertaining to the campaign, they pale in comparison to public discussions that allow candidates to connect with voters and further divulge into their policies and platforms.
In a few short weeks, voters will take to the polls to cast their votes for one of the four candidates: Lynda Bell, Virginia Fuller, Jason Shoaf, and Mike Watkins. But with questions still on the table, shouldn't each of them have an opportunity to address these concerns?
Bell, president of Florida Right to Life, believes so.
"Debates are an excellent way to take a look at the candidates and measure them against one another and how they best suit the needs of the local community. I embrace the opportunity to show the residents of house district 7 that I'm the best candidate. I'm the most qualified to serve and meet the needs of our residents. I look forward to a healthy debate," Bell told RoundTable Politics.