DeSantis Announces ‘Keeping Florida Free Transition Team’ to Prepare for Second Term, Launches New Website

November 10, 2022 Updated 3:50 PM ET

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TALLAHASSEE (FLV) – Gov. Ron DeSantis launched today as well as announced his 2022–2023 transition chairs.

“During my second term in office, we will remain focused on continuing to lead on the priorities that matter to Floridians like keeping our schools open and free from indoctrination, protecting and preserving our world-class environment, and maintaining a booming economy,” said DeSantis. “We look forward to building upon our many successes of the first term and identifying a top-notch team to continue the fight for Florida families, businesses, and freedom.”

The Keeping Florida Free transition chairs are Adrian Lukis, former Chief of Staff to Governor DeSantis, and current Partner at Ballard Partners; Scott Wagner, Vice Chairman of the South Florida Water Management District, founder of Wagner Legal, and 2017 Orange Bowl Committee member; and Shane Strum, former Chief of Staff to Governor DeSantis, and current President and Chief Executive Officer of Broward Health.

“Thank you for your interest in working for the DeSantis administration and the people of Florida. We are looking for qualified individuals to help continue the Governor’s mission to keep Florida free,” the website says, prompting users to fill out an application.

Over the coming weeks, the Keeping Florida Free Transition Team will meet with current leaders in state government, as well as Florida leaders who are interested in public service. Following those meetings, the team will advise DeSantis on important appointments for his second term in office.

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