Jeff Kottkamp qualifies for Florida Attorney General

Lt. Governor Jeff Kottkamp arrives at the official ribbon cutting ceremony marking the opening of the third lane on I-75 in Collier  and Lee Counties on Dec. 23, 2009. Governor Charlie Crist was also on hand to greet workers on the project which turned four lanes into six over a 30-mile segment of interstate from the Golden Gate Parkway interchange to the Colonial Boulevard exit. Greg Kahn/Staff

Photo by GREG KAHN

Lt. Governor Jeff Kottkamp arrives at the official ribbon cutting ceremony marking the opening of the third lane on I-75 in Collier and Lee Counties on Dec. 23, 2009. Governor Charlie Crist was also on hand to greet workers on the project which turned four lanes into six over a 30-mile segment of interstate from the Golden Gate Parkway interchange to the Colonial Boulevard exit. Greg Kahn/Staff

— Lieutenant Governor Jeff Kottkamp officially qualified today for the Republican primary to be Florida’s next Attorney General.

“By officially qualifying, today marks the dash to the finish line to be the Republican nominee for Attorney General,” said Lt. Governor Kottkamp. “I’ve been preparing to be our state’s chief legal officer my entire career. I’m encouraged by the support I have received from all across the state. I know that as Floridians begin to realize the importance of the Attorney Generals race, they will send someone to Tallahassee who’s has a proven track record and is prepared to do the job on day 1.”

Because of his unquestioned legal and conservative credentials, Lt. Governor Kottkamp is law enforcement’s choice to be Attorney General. He’s been endorsed by the Florida Police Benevolent Association, the Fraternal Order of Police and 21 of 28 Republican Sheriffs. Kottkamp has also been endorsed by community and elected leaders throughout Florida including five members of Congress and 40 legislators – more than any other candidate in the race.

For more about the campaign, go to www.jeffkottkamp.com.

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