Florida Senate showdown: Rubio takes aim at former police chief Demings over crime
Added 01-24-22 06:11:02pm EST - “Republican Sen. Marco Rubio lands the endorsement of most of Florida's sheriffs as he runs for re-election, even though his likely Democratic challenger, Rep. Val Demings, is the former Orlando police chief.” - Foxnews.com
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Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., joined 'Fox & Friends' to discuss the left's broader strategy in pushing to federalize elections.
EXCLUSIVE - Rep. Val Deming’s three decades in law enforcement are not preventing GOP Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida from criticizing his likely 2022 Democratic challenger over the issue of crime.
Rubio — at a campaign event where he landed the endorsement of sheriffs from 55 of Florida’s 67 counties, and in an exclusive interview with Fox News on Monday — took aim at the Democratic representative, who rose through the ranks to become Orlando’s first female police chief, calling Deming’s past criticism of law enforcement "especially sickening."
Sheriff Wayne Ivey of Brevard County, speaking at the campaign event in Jacksonville, emphasized that the sheriffs were backing Rubio’s re-election bid because "he has always stood with us, our deputies, and our profession.
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