RNLA to Host Florida Election Law CLE Training Amidst Key State Races

Maybe never in American history has the integrity of the electoral process and upholding the rule of law been more important than in 2018. Just in the past few months there has been significant evidence of voter fraud and allegations of corruption plaguing high level polling officials.

On June 28th, the Republican National Lawyers Association will be hosting an election law CLE presentation in Kissimmee, Florida. A major goal of the RNLA event will be to restore the high standard of honesty, integrity, and transparency in American elections. Panelists at the event will include some of the most respected and high-profile attorneys and officials in the state of Florida. Topics for the esteemed panelists will range from legal ethics, First Amendment issues on college campuses, and election law in general.

In addition to the electoral related discussion, the RNLA’s CLE presentation at the ‘Sunshine Summit’ will break down two key races in the state. First, the two major candidates for the Republican nominee for Attorney General will be speaking and sharing their vision for the position that is the most powerful attorney in the state. Speaking first will be Judge Ashley Moody who will then be followed by Representative Frank White. Judge Moody was the youngest judge in the history of Florida when she was appointed to the Circuit Court at the age of 31 in 2006. Representative White is an attorney who has represented the 2nd district in the state house since 2016.

The presentation will also include Jessica Furst Johnson hosting a discussion breaking down the key senate race in the Sunshine State. Governor Rick Scott looks to build on the success he has had as governor and unseat incumbent Democrat Senator Bill Nelson. Not only will attendees hear about the candidates and the races, they will also learn how they can get involved.  The event will take place at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Kissimmee, Florida starting at 10 am on Thursday, June 28. For more information on the event, visit the RNLA event page or RSVP here.