Gov. Scott Receives Endorsement of Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce at Hialeah Bus Tour Stop
HIALEAH, Fla. – Today, Governor Rick Scott made a stop at the Gus Machado Ford Dealership in Hialeah on his statewide “Make Washington Work” Bus Tour. During the stop, the Governor accepted the endorsement of the Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (FSHCC), which represents more than 600,000 Hispanic-owned businesses across the state. Governor Scott was joined by Julio Fuentes, President of FSHCC, Governor Jeb Bush, Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart, and Congressman Lincoln Diaz Balart.
Governor Rick Scott said, “Over the last seven and a half years, we’ve worked to cut taxes and create new opportunities so Florida can be the best place for every family to achieve their dreams. Thanks to job creators like the members of the Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, nearly 1.6 million new jobs have been created across our state, and now, we are fighting to bring this success to Washington. I am proud to accept the endorsement of the Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce today, and I look forward to continue working together to share Florida’s economic success with the entire country.”
Julio Fuentes, President of FSHCC, said, “The Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce endorses Governor Rick Scott for the U.S. Senate. Governor Scott has been a champion for Florida business owners and we need him representing us in Washington D.C. as our next Florida Senator.”
As part of the bus tour, Governor Scott is rolling out his full 10-point “Make Washington Work” Plan to reform the dysfunctional and tired ways of thinking in Washington and make it actually work for families across the nation, not just for career politicians in D.C. To view the 10-point plan, CLICK HERE.