Senior Group Backs Dan Gelber for AG

Sep 20, 2010

Kevin Derby

Sunshine State News


On Monday, Sen. Dan Gelber of Miami Beach, the Democratic attorney
general candidate, won the backing of the Florida Alliance for Retired
Americans (FLARA) -- a group with more than 200,000 members across the
Sunshine State.

“As a top federal prosecutor, Dan took on the
crooks who prey upon Florida seniors, and we know he’ll continue to take
them on as attorney general,” said Tony Fransetta, the president of
FLARA. “Dan has been a tireless advocate for retirees in the Florida
Legislature, and we couldn’t ask for a better candidate to be Florida’s
top cop.”

“Throughout my career as a federal prosecutor, chief
investigator and state legislator, I have always taken great pride in
standing up for our seniors, which is why I am especially proud to have
the endorsement of the Florida Alliance for Retired Americans,” said
Gelber. “Preying upon seniors is one of the greatest indignities, and as
attorney general, I will do everything in my power to protect the
economic security of our retirees and take down criminals who target
them.”




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