Gov. Rick Scott Makes Senate Campaign Stop In Escambia County

April 25, 2018

Gov. Rick Scott hosted a campaign roundtable Tuesday with Escambia County business leaders in one of the recently announced low tax Opportunity Zones as stablished in the federal Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017, encourage long-term investment and job creation in targeted communities by reducing taxes for many job creators.

Low Tax Opportunity Zones enhance local communities’ ability to attract businesses, developers and financial institutions to invest in targeted areas by allowing investors to defer capital gains taxes through investments in federally established Opportunity Funds.

Seven Census tracts in Escambia County, including Century and the immediate surrounding area.

Over the past week, the Governor has hosted multiple roundtables with Florida business leaders to discuss the Opportunity Zones, cutting taxes and his desire to service in Washington to fight for these priorities on behalf of Florida’s families and job creators.

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4 Responses to “Gov. Rick Scott Makes Senate Campaign Stop In Escambia County”

  1. ROBERT on April 26th, 2018 10:04 pm

    It will be another lesser of 2 evils vote…neither one is worth a darn…

  2. Gene on April 26th, 2018 5:14 pm

    At his worst He is twice as good as Lying Nelson!!!

    REMOVE NELSO AT ALL COST!!!

  3. barrineau on April 25th, 2018 2:51 pm

    I will ABSOLUTELY NOT vote for him.

  4. chillywilly on April 25th, 2018 9:45 am

    Rick Scott please just go away. He Took the fifth amendment 75 times in a deposition in the largest Medicare Fraud case in history.
    settled several million dollar law suits with our tax dollars for violating Florida Sunshine laws for open government, Google the firing of Gerald Bailey, former FDLE director
    Total disgrace what he did to a man with a impeccable law enforcement career..Keeps all his assets hidden in a blind trust in his wife’s name.
    Changed your automobile insurance, benefiting insurance companies so you only have 14 days after you have a accident. to file a medical claim, who does that benefit. need I say more.





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