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Adam Putnam Calls Out Congressman Ron DeSantis for Hiding from Voters

SARASOTA, Fla. (FNN NEWS) – Gubernatorial candidate Adam Putman’s campaign released photos of his opponent, Congressman Ron DeSantis, who appears to be “hiding” from voters behind a security fence.
See Putnam’s news release:
At the Republican Party of Sarasota’s Statewide Primary Straw Poll and Rally Saturday, D.C. DeSantis just couldn’t muster up the courage to stand among Florida voters. Instead, D.C. DeSantis’ only interaction with Florida voters was from a distance, hiding behind a security gate.
Meanwhile, Adam Putnam worked the crowd on Saturday, having real conversations with Floridians about issues facing Florida and his plan to put Florida First. 
Paid by Adam Putnam, Republican for Governor. P.O. Box 547, Bartow, Florida 33831
Putnam and DeSantis will face off in the Republican gubernatorial primary August 28. The winner will take on the Democratic nominee in the general election November 6.

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