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County Commissioner Bill McClure to speak at Saint Augustine Tea Party

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County Commissioner Bill McClure address the Saint Augustine Tea Party

The General Meeting of the Saint Augustine Tea Party will be held on February 11, 2014, at the Village Inn, which is located at 900 North Ponce de Leon Boulevard in St. Augustine. The guest speaker will be Bill McClure, St. Johns County Commissioner, District 3. The meeting starts at 6:30 PM and all interested persons are welcome to attend.
Mr. McClure moved to St. Augustine in 2004 from Gainesville, Florida. He attended the University of Florida and the University of South Florida. After receiving his undergraduate degree, he studied in the Harvard University's Advanced Management Program as a graduate student.
McClure began his political training as a Senate Page in the Florida Senate, and then continued as a Political Aide to Florida Senator George Kirkpatrick, from Gainesville. He was active in the campaigns of former Florida Governor Bob Graham, Florida's US Congressman Cliff Stearns, and President George W. Bush. After winning the primary election in August 2012, Mr. McClure ran unopposed as a Republican in the November 2012 general election, and attended his first meeting as a St. Johns County Commissioner on November 20, 2012. He will be discussing various issues regarding his experiences with the Board of County Commissioners.



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