Florida Chamber of Commerce Endorses Ashley Moody for Attorney General

By Eric Daugherty, Florida's Voice

August 3, 2022 Updated 1:52 PM ET


August 3, 2022 Updated 1:51 P.M. ET

TAMPA (FLV) – Wednesday, the Florida Chamber of Commerce announced their endorsement for Ashley Moody to win re-election as Attorney General in the 2022 Election.

“The Florida Chamber of Commerce endorses Ashley Moody to continue serving as Florida’s Attorney General,” said Florida Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Mark Wilson. “As Attorney General, Ashley has continued making Florida stronger, safer, and more secure by being a tireless advocate for law enforcement and leading the fight to combat human trafficking, all while upholding the rule of law in our judicial system and fighting back against federal overreach to protect Florida’s future.”

“I’m honored to have the support of Florida Chamber members across the state that know a strong state depends on competitive markets free from fraudulent and deceptive practices. Florida thrives when its citizens and businesses thrive. That’s why I’m committed to ensuring that Florida remains a top state to start a business and raise a family,” Moody said.

The Florida Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c) 3 organization that advocates for private business and “focuses on research and initiatives to make our state a leading place in the world to live and work.”

Moody became Attorney General on January 8th, 2019. The Chamber touts Moody’s accomplishments of being recognized as a “national leader” serving as a Commissioner on the Presidential Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice. Currently, Moody is the Chair of Florida’s Statewide Council on Human Trafficking.

The Chamber said Moody is “leading efforts against the unlawful federal vaccine mandates, the lack of border enforcement by federal officials, and the harmful actions of Big Tech” and is “protecting Floridians and their rights.”

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