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RPOF Chairman Congratulates Donald Trump, Says GOP Will Unite Against Hillary Clinton

State Rep. Blaise Ingoglia, R-Spring Hill, the chairman of the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF), congratulated businessman Donald Trump for winning the Florida primary on Tuesday. 

Blaise Ingoglia“I would like to congratulate Donald Trump on winning Florida’s winner-take-all presidential primary,” Ingoglia said. “Today, over two million Florida Republicans participated in an unprecedented, historic voter turnout that dwarfed the efforts of the Democrats—a testament to voters’ continued distrust with Hillary Clinton and the failed policies she continues promotes. While the Florida GOP will remain neutral in the Republican nominating process, we will continue our grassroots efforts to defeat Hillary Clinton and put a Republican in the White House come November.”

Trump carried all 99 delegates on the line in Florida’s winner take all primary. After placing a distant second behind Trump in Florida, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., ended his presidential bid. 

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Awww, sounds like Ingoglia is still trying to be relevant while running the RPOF dry and killing what's left of his RINO league. When has the RPOF ever been neutral? That was Blaise's issue with the RPOF under Lenny. He was opposed to the automatic endorsement of Scott's second term. (See where the rift started between Scott and Ingoglia?) Then a few months into being RPOF chair, Ingoglia announced that "the mission of the Republican party is to help get incumbents re-elected". How is that being neutral? And lest we forget all of the Bush & Rubio lovers in the state party who championed neutrality while declaring one of these favorite sons would be king. The cotton sheet of neutrality didn't hide who these people were in bed with. The people of Florida have wised up to the game. The majority aren't supporting either political party because they're full of political whores and hacks. With or without Donald Trump, the political tides have changed.

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