Florida Medical Association’s PAC Endorses Candidate Kristin Jacobs for House District 96

From FMA

Broward County Commissioner and Former Mayor Runs for Legislative Seat

(Tallahassee, Fla.) – The Florida Medical Association PAC (FMA PAC), Florida’s leading advocate for electing pro-medicine candidates to office, today endorsed Kristin Jacobs in her bid for Florida House District 96.

“The Florida Medical Association is proud to endorse Kristin Jacobs in her bid for Florida House of Representatives, District 96,” said Dr. Ralph Nobo, President of the FMA PAC. “Kristin understands the difficulties Floridians face in finding access to affordable health care and will work diligently for a feasible health care system which upholds FMA’s values and protects all Americans,” Dr. Nobo continued.

“It is an honor to be endorsed by an organization that supports the concept of high quality medical care for all Floridians,” said Kristin Jacobs.

Florida’s House District 96, which includes parts of Broward County, is an open seat previously held by Democrat State Representative James W. “Jim” Waldman.

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About the Florida Medical Association Political Action Committee
The FMA PAC was established in 1974 to elect candidates to state office who will support our mission of making Florida the best state to practice medicine. The FMA PAC solicits voluntary contributions from healthcare professionals to research, select and support the election of candidates who will legislatively advocate for the medical profession. With the support of healthcare professionals from around the state, the FMA PAC is Florida’s No. 1 medical PAC. At the end of 2013, the FMA PAC had raised over $1,000,000. For more information, go to http://www.flmedical.org/PAC.aspx.

About the Kristin Jacobs for Florida House Campaign
Jacobs is a wife, mom, grandmother, and County Commissioner recognized as one of South Florida’s “best” leaders. On the County Commission, she worked to expand affordable housing, protect women and children from domestic violence and pass the county’s Human Rights Act to prevent discrimination. For additional information, please click here.