Fernandina Beach, Fla. – Businessman, lifelong Republican and noted advocate of conservative policies and values from Northeast Florida Aaron Bean today announced his candidacy for Florida’s 4th Congressional District. Congressional District 4 encompasses all of Clay and Nassau counties, and part of Duval County.
“Our nation is at a crossroads, being ripped apart at the seams by a liberal agenda that stifles economic growth and seeks to silence family values,” said Bean. “We’re enduring rising inflation, gas prices that are crippling hardworking Americans, unprotected borders, a loss of respect for law and order, and constant federal overreach by a government attempting to tell us that they know what is best. I will not rest on the sidelines. I will stand up for the free state of Florida and carry the torch of conservative Northeast Florida and the Ron DeSantis Doctrine, a doctrine of freedom for all Americans, to Washington.”
“Washington is in dire need of strong conservative voices and voices that will not be silenced when challenged,” said Bean. “When we ran our local business, my wife and I were proud to be able to get up each day and work hard, employ our neighbors, and be a part of the workforce and business engine that contributed to the local economy. My background and perspective are unique, and I look forward to sharing with my community my vision for the nation, state and region.”
Bean currently represents the people of Nassau and Duval counties in the Florida Senate, serving in the Republican-led Senate as its Senate President Pro Tempore. Elected to the Senate in 2012 and to the Florida House before that, Bean has been a noted advocate for lowering taxes on hardworking Floridians and focusing on pro-business, pro-family initiatives and supporting the Florida freedom agenda and policies of Governor DeSantis. Bean has long served his local community, while raising a family and running a small business, with a focus on knowing what it means to work hard every day and on what his community needs.
In addition to serving in the Florida Senate, Aaron Bean has worked for UF Health Jacksonville for 13 years in development. Aaron and Abby Bean will be celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary this year and continue to watch their now-grown children build their own professional and personal lives.
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