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Contact: Jose Vazquez, Candidate for State Rep 58

Campaign # (813) 815-8153



“State wants Reggie Fullwood lawsuit dismissed”


Tampa, Florida – State Representative 58 Candidate Jose Vazquez will be speaking to the Media/Press on the updated report about the case against Dan Raulerson, 2016 CA 2100, about the early vote, and upcoming events.

Press Conference Location: La Teresita Cuban Restaurant 3248 W Columbus Dr, Tampa, FL 33607

Date: Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016.  Time: 11:00 AM

Media/Press Reservations Please call Campaign # (813) 815-8153

Jose N. Vazquez was born in Caguas Puerto Rico, into a family with a long tradition of public service. Jose was raised with the values of working hard and the service to others.  Jose Vazquez is the owner of Vazquez Enterprise Multiple Service. The challenges of entrepreneurship, the problem with Florida Health System and a growing concern for the economic direction of the Country is led by Jose to become active in local issues. Jose often speaks with and works within the Hispanic and African American communities and across party lines to attract new voters.

“Our values are the same: faith, family, and the hope of a better life for our children, grandchildren and beyond.”

Jose Vazquez is a candidate for State Representative in District 58, he has an agenda to increase employment and incomes of minority workers. As a business man, Jose knows how to negotiate to achieve a majority with the goal of providing a logical benefit to all parties.  Jose Vazquez has served in multiple trust positions in eight (8) Government terms. Jose Vazquez has the know how to solve different problems and situations and to help our district in protecting public employees. Jose Vazquez as our State Representative will work 24/7 to find solutions for District 58 issues. Website:  Facebook:

Subject Matter Material Article #1:

Thursday, August 21, 10:36 AM EDT From The News Service of Florida/Financial and Daily News

Secretary of State Ken Detzner has asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by state Rep. Reggie Fullwood, a Jacksonville Democrat who did not qualify for this fall’s elections because of errors by notaries public. Fullwood, who would have been unopposed in seeking re-election in House District 13, filed the lawsuit July 29 in Leon County circuit court. It contended that the state’s decision against allowing Fullwood to qualify was improper. But in a response, last week, attorneys for Detzner said the state couldn’t accept the incomplete qualifying paperwork. Link to rest of this article: CLICK HERE


Subject Matter Material Article #2: “Notary Mistakes Get Incumbent Kicked Off The Ballot”

By Michael Lewis on August 07, 2014 in Notary News

UPDATED 8-27-14: A Florida Circuit Court Judge has ruled that the Notary mistakes made are enough to disqualify Rep. Reggie Fullwood of Jacksonville from the November election. Because Fullwood was running unopposed, the state must schedule a special election, which could cost taxpayers more than $200,000 according to local media reports.  In making his ruling, Leon County Circuit Judge James Hankinson told local media that the state legislature has consistently indicated its desire to have these statutes “strictly construed.”  Link to rest of this article: CLICK HERE

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