Jolly campaign announces support from female voters
How does a male congressional candidate reach out to female voters when his chief opponent is a woman?
If he is Republican David Jolly, he announces the formation of the "Coalition of Women Voters for David Jolly."
Jolly is running against Democrat Alex Sink and Libertarian Lucas Overby in the special congressional election set for March 11. Here are the names of women in the group, as reported in a campaign news release: State Rep. Kathleen Peters, Pinellas Tax Collector Diane Nelson, Pinellas Property Appraiser Pam Dubov, Pinellas School Board Member Peggy O'Shea, Seminole Mayor Leslie Waters, Barbara Stephens, Barbara Haseldon, Betty Sembler, Betty Renfro, Carol Williams, Carol Mathews, Cecilia Burke, Charlotte Smith, Claudia Thomas, Dawn Guju, Debbie Walker, Debbie Bushman, Dianne Magee, Dorine McKinnon, Erica DiCeglie, Faye DeLoach, Janice Hill, Jeanie Renfrow, Joan Brock, Kathleen Quinn Litton, Kim Berfield, Laura Brock, Linda Beyrouti, Mary Moser, Maureen Ahern, Melissa Allen, Nancy Bostock, Nancy Riley, Nina Pilon, Norma Stallions, Pam Hinds, Pat Plumlee, Peri Craven, Regina Brown, Rosemary Mills, RozAnn White, Dr. Sandra Lilo, Sandy Hutton, Sheila Waller, Sonya March, Sue Berfield, Sue Englander, Toni Wolf, Wilna Varley