Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Election Guide: Council-At-Large Group Five (Jacksonville 2011)

This guide is for Council-At-Large Group Five (Jacksonville 2011).

The six candidates and their platforms:

1) Fred J. Engness (Republican)

  • Business Management degree from the University of Maryland.
  • Firm in his stance of "NOT increasing taxes."
  • "Small business owner."

Sources: http://www.news4jax.com/duval-county-elections/26934708/detail.html


2) Donald R. Foy (NPA)

  • President of MADDADS in Jacksonville.
  • B.A. in Business Administration and a Masters in Ministry.

Sources: http://donaldfoycouncilatlarge.com/


3) Sean Hall (Republican)

  • National sales executive for Panasonic.
  • B.A. from UNF.
  • 14 year Army veteran.
  • Graduate of Orange Park High School.

Sources: http://www.voteforseanhall.com/index.html


4) Robin Lumb (Republican)

  • Lives in Riverside.
  • Co-owner of a commercial printing company.
  • No children.
  • Two years of community college.
  • Has been a longtime member of the Republican Party of Duval County.
  • Support expanding port facilities as well as the Cecil Commerce Center.
  • Will "fight for a statutory cap on spending with limits on spending increases that adjust only for inflation and population growth."
  • Was a study committee member of JCCI's study called "Reducing Violence: A Community Response."

Sources: http://www.votelumb.com/index.html



5) Robin Rukab (Republican)

  • "Business owner."
  • Employed in City Hall during the administration of four mayors.
  • M.A. in Public Administration at UNF.
  • Supports increased improvements to downtown Jacksonville.
  • Was an Adjunct Professor at UNF.
  • Strongly believes "that the city's Division of Consumer Affairs should be put back into place to help protect you from fraud, scams, and ripoffs."

Sources: http://www.robinrukab.com/



6) Michelle Tappouni (Republican)

  • "Grew up in Jacksonville and Tampa."
  • "A University of Florida fan."
  • General manager of Breaking Ground Contracting Company.

Sources: http://votetappouni.com/


1 comment:

  1. Thanks for your help! It gave me the information I needed to make a good decision.