[6] In contrast to the close election less than a year earlier, Renner cruised to victory in a landslide, receiving 70% of the vote to Sanchez's 18% and Anderson's 12%. Paul is related to Mark D Renner and Arville L Renner as well as 2 additional people. Paul Renner Paid by Paul Renner, Republican, for State Representative, District 24. Adam Morley, a St. Augustine Democrat, is hoping Part IV of his campaign against powerful Republican Rep. Paul Renner, is the one where he ends up victorious. POLITICAL EXPERIENCE: Ran unsuccessfully for House District 24 seat in 2015, 2016 and 2018. Renner was endorsed by Davis, whom he aimed to replace; State Senator John E. Thrasher, Duval County Sheriff John Rutherford, and United States Congressman Ron DeSantis, as well as local business organizations. Morley says Renner and the Republicans who've controlled the House since 1997 have worked against the concept of home rule. Looking ahead at 2021, Renner has identified three priorities: prosperity and job growth, education and maintaining Florida's quality of life. If you need help with WJXT’s or WCWJ's FCC public inspection file, call (904) 393-9801. district that covers southern St Johns County and all of Flagler County. "I'm of the mindset we have enough well-informed communities that we can go to our city council or county commissioner and address concerns locally without the help or micromanagement from Tallahassee.". He faced banker Jay Fant in the Republican primary, and a brutal election soon began. Party affiliation: Republican (incumbent). [1] During the campaign, Renner was attacked by third-party groups over his alleged support for gambling, which he objected to, noting that he had expressed his opposition to the expansion of gambling and had signed a pledge with No Casinos to indicate his opposition. The Legislature has established laws prohibiting local cities and counties from passing their own ordinances on minimum wage, gun control, plastic bags and other issues. POLITICAL EXPERIENCE: Member, Florida House of Representatives since 2015. He said he also wants to see government respect the ultimate "home rule," allowing citizens as much freedom as possible. Renner, the Florida House Speaker designate for 2022-24, as voted on by his GOP colleagues, has many advantages, though, including representing a district comprised of nearly 46% Republicans as opposed to 29% Democrats. Following a manual recount, Fant's margin of victory was reduced to two votes, and Renner conceded to him.[4]. Paul Renner's Florida House re-election bid faces familiar challenge from Adam Morley Mark Harper, The Daytona Beach News-Journal 10 hrs ago. The second best result is Paul Marvin Renner age 50s in Palm Coast, FL. The bill enables health insurers to offer incentives to Floridians who shop for high quality, lower-cost services. Mark Harper, The Daytona Beach News-Journal, Paul Renner's Florida House re-election bid faces familiar challenge from Adam Morley. Paul Renner's Florida House re-election bid faces familiar challenge from Adam Morley Mark Harper, The Daytona Beach News-Journal 10 hrs ago The longest flight in the US is back for the holidays "My main concern is making sure individuals and families make the vast majority of decisions, not leaving that to government bureaucrats, but rather by putting people in control of their own lives," Renner said. Use of military rank, job titles, and photographs in uniform does not imply endorsement by the Department of the Navy or the Department of Defense. WATCH: Both candidates interviewed by Kent Justice on Oct. 18 edition of This Week in Jacksonville. Morley is critical of Renner's activities outside of the district, which recently have included writing opinion pieces and discussing President Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett as the next Supreme Court justice. Florida is truly an exceptional place to live and work. Paul Renner. Rep. Paul Renner, the Republican elected to the Florida House in a special election just two and a half years ago from Palm Coast, was elected House Speaker through a … The second best result is Paul Marvin Renner age 50s in Palm Coast, FL. In the House, Renner was able to build enough support for the Republican caucus to slate him as the future House Speaker starting in 2022, which would be his final two years should he not be unseated. In 2015, he moved from Jacksonville, where he'd lost a previous legislative race, to Palm Coast to run in District 24, a seat that includes all of Flagler County, the southern portion of St. Johns County and the rural northwest corner of Volusia County. I am determined to fight for the values and principles that made our state so prosperous and our nation so great. Sign up for our. Paid by Paul Renner, Republican, for State Representative, District 24. Our state is moving in the right direction to create good-paying jobs, expand opportunity for all Floridians, and preserve our quality of life. "Those kinds of things make me think he's using our district as a stepping stone to climb the political ladder rather than be a member of the community," Morley said. As a reservist, Renner was mobilized to active duty and served in support of combat operations in Afghanistan in 2011. Paid by Paul Renner, Republican, for State Representative, District 24. TOP THREE PRIORITIES: Restoration and protection of home rule; protecting clean water and water policy; making sure we keep the cost of living low and affordable for residents. He then branched out into commercial and corporate law as a partner at Milam Howard Nicandri Dees & Gillam. Renner said the "brilliant structure" established by the Constitution, with federal, state and local governments works best when each level "stays in their lane." Over the past five years, he's also raised nearly $3.5 million for his Conservatives for Principled Leadership political committee, from which he's been able to make campaign donations to dozens of conservative candidates and PACs across the state. Renner was endorsed by Davis, … "[8] Renner ended up defeating Morley by a comfortable margin, receiving 67% of the vote to Morley's 33%. He attended Davidson College, where he graduated with his bachelor's degree in history in 1989. Scroll down to read each candidate’s responses to News4Jax’s questionnaire, presented verbatim as submitted. Morley, who owns a fish camp business in St. Augustine, calls himself "an idealist without illusion" about his chances of winning. In 2014, when incumbent State Representative Daniel Davis declined to seek a third term in the legislature, Renner ran to succeed him in the 15th District, which included parts of downtown Jacksonville in western Duval County. Paul Alan Renner. Tags: Voter's Guide, Florida, District 24 Incumbent Republican Paul Renner faces Democratic challenger Adam Morley in this district that covers southern St Johns County and all of … Incumbent Republican Paul Renner faces Democratic challenger Adam Morley in this district that covers southern St Johns County and all of Flagler County. We've got to fight crime in our community, and I'm committed to doing that as well. E-Newsletter. He faced banker Jay Fant in the Republicanprimary, and a brutal election soon began. "My numbers improve and his numbers decline, and this time around ... there's a huge upwelling of crossover votes that are advocating for me in person and in their circles.". On Florida's economy, Renner said Florida has done well, considering the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, but more is needed for a recovery. In 2014, when incumbent State Representative Daniel Davis declined to seek a third term in the legislature, Renner ran to succeed him in the 15th District, which included parts of downtown Jacksonville in western Duval County. [5] He was opposed by former St. Johns County Commissioner Ron Sanchez and Danielle Anderson in the Republican primary, and emphasized his support for economic development, education, veterans issues, and tourism, noting that the district needs to get its "fair share" of state appropriations. As a veteran who served our country for more than two decades in the United States Navy, I know what it means to be a service-driven leader. Renner is a 53-year-old attorney who retired from the U.S. Navy after 23 years, including tours in the Persian Gulf in 1991 and Afghanistan in 2011.