Thanksgiving messages from Florida's elected officials and politicians – Florida Politics (blog)
A compilation of Thanksgiving message from Florida’s elected officials and politicians.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio:
Lieutenant Governor Carlos Lopez-Cantera:
CFO Jeff Atwater:
As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, we are reminded of our many blessings — family and friends, health and happiness, success and the sacrifices made on our behalf by the dedicated members of our armed forces.
I am thankful each and every day for the veterans and active duty military who work to secure and preserve the freedoms that we know as Americans. Many of them, along with our first responders, won’t be joining their families at the dinner table tomorrow. They will be miles away from home and miles away from the memories their loved ones will be making — all in the name of service and the protection of others.
I am forever grateful for Florida’s unmatched landscapes and natural resources, and for the opportunity to live, work, and represent a state as culturally-rich and diverse as Florida. It’s been a privilege and one of the greatest honors of a lifetime.
U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch:
As we gather together during this holiday, I hope you will join me in reflecting upon the importance of our family, friends, and the community we are a part of.
Since Election Day, I have been reflecting on how grateful I am for the opportunity to continue to represent you in Congress. I am truly thankful that during this tumultuous time in our country I am fortunate to represent a community that understands the strength in diversity and the power in working together.
In my congressional district, I see vibrant businesses and universities focusing on innovation and technology. I see constituents from elementary school students to successful business leaders working to address climate change and the many problems affecting our