ST. AUGUSTINE, FL – Today, Bev Slough announces that she has officially qualified via petition as a candidate for U.S. House of Representatives, District 6.
In just one month, Bev Slough was able to collect over 2,500 verified petitions, surpassing the 2,298 required.
“Bev Slough is blessed with friends, family and volunteers who assisted her campaign in qualifying for Congress, not by paying a fee, but with signatures from over 2,500 Florida voters,” explained Brian Graham, Slough’s spokesman. “This was accomplished in just one month, showing the tremendous support Bev has in bringing her common sense, conservative leadership to Washington.”
Bev Slough currently serves as Chairman of the St. Johns County School Board. St. Johns County has been ranked the top school district in Florida for the past three years. Bev is also President of the First Coast United Way, Past President of both the Florida School Boards Association and EPIC Community Services, and an active member of the boards of St. Johns Education Foundation, PACT Prevention Coalition, Character Counts!, and JCP Cares.
Bev lives in St. Johns, Florida with her husband Wes, pastor of Switzerland Community Church. They have two daughters, Julie Simmons and Elizabeth Slough, and two grandchildren. Bev Slough has been endorsed by St. Augustine Police Chief Loran Lueders, St. Augustine City Commissioner Nancy Sikes-Kline, St. Johns County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Joseph Joyner and St. Johns County School Board Members Tommy Allen, Bill Mignon, Bill Fehling, and Carla Wright.