Sunday, January 27, 2008


U.S. Senator John McCain's presidential campaign today announced that Brevard County Commissioner Mary Bolin and Melbourne Beach Mayor William Stacey have endorsed John McCain for president.

"I'm supporting John McCain because America needs a proven leader that we can count on, and because we must choose a president who will not allow America to lose its foothold in space exploration," Commissioner Bolin said. "We need a president who knows the vital role of Florida's space coast in helping form America's character. John McCain understands that our county and our state are important, not only to America's economic future, but to our collective identity and national pride."

John McCain thanked Commissioner Bolin and Mayor Stacey, saying, "Mary and William are dedicated to serving the interests of their respective communities. I admire their service and am grateful to have them on our team."

These two leaders in Brevard County are examples of public service excellence, and I appreciate their support as we work to victory on January 29th."

Mayor Stacey is a 28 year veteran of the U.S. Army and has a long and demonstrated record of public service to Floridians.

Commissioner Bolin graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in education. She formerly was on the Brevard County Office of Emergency Management and was a staff member to former state Representative Howard Futch. She is a member of the Brevard County Republican Executive Committee, Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church, the American Red Cross, Keep Brevard Beautiful, Federated Republican Women's Club and the Satellite Beach Women's Club.

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