BOCA RATON, Fla. – June 14, 2011 – The Florida Chamber of Commerce and Associated Industries of Florida recently released their annual legislative report cards based on legislators’ support of pro-job growth issues during the recently completed legislative session. Representative Bill Hager, R – Boca Raton, received a 94% and a 97% from these organizations, respectively.
“I am pleased to be recognized by these important business associations. I will continue to be a strong advocate of getting our getting our economy moving forward again. The way to do that is through job creation, less taxation and cutting government spending,” said Bill Hager.
Established in 1916, the Florida Chamber is the state’s first business advocacy organization representing more than 139,000 employers. AIF is known as the voice of Florida business and was established in 1920. Both organizations analyze votes taken on over 146 bills relating to business and economic development.
Bill Hager is a freshman Republican State Representative for District 87, which includes coastal portions of southern Palm Beach County and a northern portion of Broward County. Hager sits on the Judiciary Committee and Economic Development & Tourism Subcommittee among others. He also is a member of Florida TaxWatch, which works to improve taxpayer value and government accountability. Hager is a Florida lawyer and small business owner and is recognized as a fiscal conservative and leading spokesman for economic growth.
For more information about Rep. Hager's re-election campaign, visit www.billhager.org or call Tom Plante at 561-655-8703.
Political advertisement paid for and approved by Bill Hager, Republican, for State Representative District 87.