Simpson Campaign Announces Steering Committees

Today, the Wilton Simpson for State Senate Campaign announced its Honorary Steering Committee as well as its Hernando County Steering Committee. The lists include former and current statewide elected officials, former and current local elected officials, and members of the District 18 business community.

“We have a clear vision of what we think this state’s economy should look like in ten years,” said Simpson. “We have a number of friends who feel the same way we do, that limited government affords more choices for the free market and Florida’s small business community.”

Press Releases

Dade City Community Meet & Greet

On Tuesday, June 20th, Wilton Simpson will be hosting a community meet & greet at the Women’s Club in Dade City. (This is a test event)

Events

Senator Alan Hays Endorses Wilton Simpson

Today, Florida Senator Alan Hays endorsed the Wilton Simpson Campaign. Hays, whose district includes parts of Lake, Marion, Seminole, Sumter, and Volusia counties, has served in the Florida Senate since 2010 and prior to that in the Florida House from 2004-2010.

“It is my honor to endorse Mr. Simpson’s candidacy for the Florida Senate,” said Senator Alan Hays. “Wilton is a successful businessman and a respected community leader, and he is just the type of person we need in the Senate to help lead our beautiful state in these times of opportunity.”

Endorsements

AIF Endorses Wilton Simpson

Today, the Wilton Simpson for State Senate Campaign announced the endorsement of the Associated Industries of Florida (AIF). Simpson, CEO of Simpson Environmental Services and Simpson Farms in Trilby, is running for the Florida Senate in District 18. Throughout his campaign he has focused on bringing quality jobs to the area.

“Wilton Simpson’s campaign is dedicated to attracting more jobs to Florida,” said AIF President Tom Feeney. “We look forward to working with him on the issues that AIF believes are critical to future job growth, economic success, and the vitality of our state.”

Endorsements