Stacy Geier Endorsed by Anna Paulina Luna, Dawn Peters and Berny Jacques


Conservative firebrand Stacy Geier has managed to give an early 2024 New Year's present to Pinellas County conservative voters in the form of a trio of the highest profile endorsements available in her race to fill a school board seat. Running for Pinellas County School Board to replace outgoing former chairperson Carol Cook, Geier today announced that in addition to the previously announced endorsement from popular Representative Berny Jacques, she now received the endorsement from sitting school board member Dawn Peters and United States Congressional Representative Anna Paulina Luna.

The school board seat includes Clearwater, Largo, Belleair and adjacent beach areas.

Tidings Media has previously announced our endorsement of Stacy Geier, who faces off against a field of three others including liberal Brad DeCorte who was the second place finisher in a blowout election in 2022 which was decided in a landslide primary contest.

From : “I’m Running for Pinellas County School Board District 5 To Fight for Families and the Well Being of our Children. Parental Rights and Child Safety are my Top Priorities!”

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