KISSIMMEE, Fla. – Kissimmee City Commission candidate Andrew wins backing of three elected environmental champions, Osceola Soil & Water Conservation District Board Chairman Larry Schneck, Osceola Soil & Water Conservation District Supervisor Deborah Livingston and Orange Soil & Water Conservation District Board Vice Chairman Daisy Morales.
The campaign released a video Wednesday featuring all three Supervisors individually endorsing Jeng. “We need someone who has a plan, and [Andrew Jeng] strikes me as someone who has a plan that’s workable to help keep [Kissimmee natural] spaces clean,” said Chairman Schneck in the video.
Supervisor Deborah Livingston also expressed her confidence in Jeng. “I believe that by electing Andrew Jeng, we will have someone who will understand and listen to our concerns,” she said.
Orange Soil & Water Conservation District Board Vice Chair Daisy Morales, who has worked with Jeng in the past, called him an “environmental champion” and went on to make a big announcement: “I look forward to joining Andrew in door-to-door campaigning.”
Jeng was honored to receive all three endorsements and is eager to work with the Supervisors. “With the ongoing growth in Kissimmee, it’s more important than ever that your city commissioner and conservation supervisors work very well together when it comes to protecting our environment,” he said.
The Orange and Osceola Soil & Water Conservation District Supervisors add to an already impressive list of other public figures that have endorsed Jeng, including U.S. Congressman Darren Soto, State Representative John Cortes, St. Cloud Mayor Nathan Blackwelland Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings.