Brooksville, Fla. – Four candidates qualified for Florida State Representative, District 35 to be on the General Election ballot on November 4, 2014.
The candidates include Blaise Ingoglia (R), Rose Rocco (D) Hamilton Hanson (NPA) and James Scavetta (NPA). According to campaign finance reports, Ingoglia is on top with $199,836 in contributions, as of September 26, 2014. Rocco trails in second at $6508 in contributions, with Hanson placing third with $1292 and Scavetta in last place with $370.
“Its about Jobs” is Ingoglia’s campaign motto, but his campaign website Blaise for Florida doesn’t expound on job creation if he is elected. Ingoglia has a long list of endorsements, but he failed to include any accomplishments on his website.
The Rose Rocco campaign website say she wants to be a public servant to the people of Hernando County, saying she will put the people first. Rocco lists her accomplishments in the community along with her campaign endorsements.
Hanson’s sparse campaign Facebook page at Hamilton Hernando Campaign has only one post. It lists Hanson’s life accomplishments, like his BA degree in Business Administration. Hanson is a local community activist.
Scavetta’s campaign message at Scavetta for Hernando does not include any personal information about himself. His Facebook page takes the opportunity to fling mud at his Republican opponent. Scavetta includes negative posts about Ingoglia’s business practices.
The Hernando County Supervisor of Election‘s office lists a brisk return of about 7,000 ballots in the first three days of absentee voting. Early Voting sites will be open from October 25, 2014 to November 1, 2014, with the General Election on November 4, 2014.