Incumbent Republican Bill Posey might have skipped our interview because he feels comfortable in the congressional seat he’s held since 2008. He ought to be feeling some discomfort in this Republican primary. Posey faces a challenge from Scott Caine, a retired Air Force fighter pilot who’s offering voters in this district an appealing alternative. Caine checks a lot of boxes, not least of which is 30 years of military experience that included command-level assignments that prepare him for making informed and intelligent defense and foreign-policy decisions.
Our campaign to bring leadership to Washington that will Confront China and always put Americans First is underway and building momentum. Our historic campaign launch was a rousing success that highlighted our commitment to faith, family, and freedom. I appreciated all of the supporters who were willing to lend their name to our effort. It was truly humbling. I also appreciated the opportunity to share my vision for Florida and America.