Slough wins endorsement from St. Augustine officials
St. Augustine’s police chief and city commissioner have endorsed Bev Slough in her run for U.S. Congress.
Slough is running for Congress in Florida’s newly created District 6, which encompasses St. Johns and Flagler counties and parts of Putnam and Volusia counties.
School board, Joyner endorse Slough
St. Johns County School Board chair Bev Slough’s fellow board members and the school superintendent gave her their unanimous endorsement on Wednesday.
“I got a call from Brian Graham, who’s running her campaign, and he asked me if I would support her in a statement. I said I’d be happy to,” Superintendent Joe Joyner said.
School Board’s Slough to run for Congress
St. Johns County School Board Chair Beverly Slough, a Republican who lives in northern St. Johns County, announced Wednesday that she has filed her paperwork with the Federal Elections Commission and entered the race for the U.S. House District 6 seat.
“This is something that’s been in my heart a long time,” Slough said. “I want to serve our community in a bigger way than I’ve had the pleasure of doing for a number of years.”
St. Johns school board member running for new coastal congressional seat
St. Johns County School Board chair Bev Slough, a Republican, will file paperwork Wednesday to run for the 6th Congressional District, a newly drawn coastal seat that includes St. Johns, Flagler, Volusia, and Putnam Counties.
Expect Slough to play up her long ties to St. Johns County. A news release announcing her candidacy says she ”is the only current candidate for Florida’s 6th Congressional District to live, work, raise a family, and to hold elective office within the district.”
Bev Slough joins crowded GOP field for new CD 6
The crowded Republican primary of the 6th congressional district — a new coastal district that runs from Daytona Beach north to the Duval County line — has picked up yet another candidate. And unlike the other three who’ve already announced — who come from either the northern or southern ends of the district — this one is from the geographic middle.
Bev Slough, the chair of the St. Johns County School Board, sent out an announcement statement today.