By Lydia Nusbaum
May 13, 2022 Updated 11:53 A.M. ET
TALLAHASSEE (FLV) – Former Florida House Speaker Steve Crisafulli and former Florida Senate President Mike Haridopolos endorsed Taylor Yarkosky to represent District 32 in the Florida House of Representatives.
“Taylor Yarkosky has the vision, passion, and energy that it takes to effectively lead. His enthusiasm to serve and his commitment to building deep bonds with his community shine through in every conversation. We need more Representatives like Taylor Yarkosky – principled, committed, and eager,” Crisafulli said.
“These qualities ensure that he will be a formidable legislator and leader, and Lake County will be well served by his representation. I am proud to endorse Taylor and will be with him every step of the way.”
Yarkosky’s top priorities on his website include defending constitutional rights, protecting life and the unborn, demanding election integrity, reining in big tech, banning critical race theory from public schools, and keeping taxes low.
“Taylor Yarkosky is an experienced leader who understands what it takes to build a team. He has built multiple successful businesses, employed hundreds of people, and been through the ups and downs that come with entrepreneurship. Taylor has rallied the support of his community, with nearly every Republican official in the district and county fully behind his candidacy,” Haridopolos said.
Taylor moved to Florida in 1999 and built multiple businesses and has employed hundreds of people across Florida.
“He has done all of this while also raising a family and taking time to give back to Lake County. Taylor’s well-rounded and accomplished life experience has prepared him to be an effective legislative leader on day one. For those reasons and more, I am proud to endorse him and give him my full support,” Haridopolos said.
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