Michael Owen for County Commissioner, District 4


Michael Owen, a Republican, is running for a seat on the Hillsborough County Council of the District 4 County Commission. Owen was born and raised in Brandon. His family has deep roots in the Greater Brandon area, and that is, among other reasons, why Owens is running to represent the people of District 4, which includes Brandon, Plant City, Dover, Valrico, Lithia, Apollo Beach and parts of Riverview. .

Owen is a lawyer who has owned a small business for 20 years. He understands what it means to do payroll and keep a close eye on the bottom line.

Owen has represented many local small businesses. Through his consumer law practice and service on the SouthState Bank Advisory Board and service to other local councils, Owen understands the nuances of District 4 and will advocate for each community as County Commissioner. .

Owen said: “I grew up here and have seen many changes over the years. The neighborhood has grown and changed. District 4 is the most diverse district in the county. This diversity poses many challenges.

Owen is a conservative Republican who believes in limited government. It will fight tax hikes and wasteful spending.

“I will support our law enforcement and first responders and work to improve infrastructure while protecting our environment and our water supply,” he said.

Owen was endorsed by all Hillsborough County Republican office holders, including County Commissioner Stacy White, School Board Member Melissa Snively and Plant City Mayor Rick Lott. It is also endorsed by City, County and State Fire Departments and the Tampa Police Benevolent Association.

Owen said: “I am a conservative Christian. We need more elected Christians and Conservatives. »

Owen added: “My dedication to our community runs deep, and I will work to bring about common sense solutions and fight for our quality of life on Hillsborough County Council of the County Commission.”

For more information, visit votemichaelowen.com.

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