News from Representative Waltz


Dear Friend,

Thank you for reading my newsletter! My team and I continue to work for you and our community. It was a very eventful district work week back in Florida and I'm excited to tell you about what we accomplished.

THIS WEEK IN THE DISTRICT: I love district work weeks because they allow me to meet so many inspiring and amazing individuals in our community. This past week was no different! Here are a few highlights from the week: 

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Talking about the importance of service leadership with Spruce Creek JROTC high schoolers.

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Presenting Executive Assistant to Volusia County Schools Superintendent Denise Dietrich with a service award for her 47 years serving our area's students.

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Participating in the promotion ceremony of the 94 year old Vietnam War veteran Sgt. Peter Blitzer.

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Participating in University High School's EMS and Military Expo.

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Talking about cyber security with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University students in Daytona Beach.

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Visiting Amazon's new distribution center construction site with Deltona Economic Development Director Jerry Mayes.

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Discussing the $100M Beach Renourishment Project at our Flagler County Office.

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Talking with Major General James Eifert at the Officers Club meeting in St. Augustine.

Visiting our very own Second Harvest Food Pantry in Daytona Beach. Click below to hear more about this impressive operation:

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SUPPORTING OUR FIRST RESPONDERS: Last month, we saw amazing heroism from first responders on base the horrific Pensacola shooting. Police Officer Charles Hogue, in particular, went above and beyond to save lives even as he himself was shot. He was a hero that day and every day. Our first responders, EMTs, police officers and our firefighters stationed at military bases across the country are the protectors of our protectors. Unfortunately, they don’t have access to the supplies they need to serve our military. This is why I’m introducing a bill to give first responders access to the supplies they need. I named this bill in honor of my mom, Brenda, who has selflessly supported me, our military, our community and our country. Hoping we can get this bill passed to better help our first responders.

Click below to watch me introduce the BRENDA Act into Congress:

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For more, please follow my daily work on social media by liking my Facebook page and following me on TwitterYouTube and Instagram. As always, feel free to reach out to my offices in Florida or Washington, D.C. if my team or I can ever be of service.

In Service

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Michael Waltz

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