Tomorrow is Election Day
Tomorrow is Election Day and I need to ask you for one more thing.
If you have not already done so, please go and vote for Cyndi Stevenson for State Representative!
This race has been hard fought and every vote will count. I have worked hard to share our vision of a safer St. Johns County that supports small businesses and prepares our children to compete in the global market place.
I have worked hard to remind voters that our county is about to lose at least two experienced legislators and that Tallahassee is no place for on the job training. I am running so we will have someone who has experience with the complex issues we face at the State level that have a direct affect on our every day lives in St. Johns County.
If you have not voted and need to find out where your polling location is, below you will find a link to the St. Johns County Supervisor of Elections web site which will help you find it.
As always, thank you for all of your help and support. This campaign would not have been possible without you.
Job Creators, public safety officers and health care professionals endorse Stevenson
(St. Johns) Cindy Stevenson today announced that she had been endorsed by The St. Johns County Professional Firefighters and Paramedics, the Florida Nurses Political Action Committee and the First Coast Manufacturers Association in her campaign for Florida House District 18.
“I am honored to have the support of these important groups,” said Stevenson. They represent what is best about our community from nurses who take care of us during all phases of life, firefighters and paramedics who protect our homes and businesses and us in dangerous times, to manufacturers who help to provide and create the jobs that are so important to our economy.” “They all understand that my combination of experience as a CPA, auditor, business person and public servant are important to helping solve the challenges that face Florida.”
In his letter informing Stevenson of their endorsement, Edward Houston, President of The St. Johns County Professional Firefighters and Paramedics said that Stevenson had been “a forceful supporter of strengthening Public Safety so it can better serve the citizens of St. Johns County.”
“I know that Job 1 is taking care of our residents and will always work to make sure that we are safe and that government is a partner and not a barrier to our businesses,” said Stevenson.
Cyndi Stevenson is a native Floridian and was first elected to the St. Johns County Commission in 2004 and subsequently reelected in 2008 and 2012, serving District 1. She is a CPA and auditor and a 1981 graduate of Stetson University with BBA in Accounting.
She has served as Early Learning Coalition, Board Officer /Treasurer, Chair, St. Johns County Public Safety Coordinating Council, Member, Historic Resource Review Council, Member of the Northeast Florida Regional Planning Council, Trustee, Florida Association of Counties Trust, Member, Recreation Advisory Board, Member, Intergovernmental Relations Committee and Chair, St. Johns River Alliance
Cyndi and her husband of over 30 years, Henry have two sons Paul and Wes who are both graduates of the University of Florida. The Stevensons attend Switzerland Community Church.