Earlier in October, Rubio joined Young and Gardner in calling on Trump to investigate the Saudi role in Khashoggi’s death and consider sanctions.
According to U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio’s, R-Fla., office, the delegation called on Mattis to povide “available consistent, immediate, and detailed communication of the funding and support needed to repair infrastructure, restore operations and provide for local service members, civilians and their families.”
Dunn has been focused on another front on the matter, writing to members of the Trump administration, urging them to support the area and keeping F-22 Raptors based at Tyndall.
This week, Dunn brought U.S. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., who could be the next speaker of the House if the GOP retains control of the chamber in two weeks, to talk to local leaders and tour the area to survey the damage.
On Monday, Rubio wrote U.S. Air Force Sec. Heather Wilson on the matter, urging her to repair Raptors damaged in the storm.
Rubio surveyed the damage on Monday and Tuesday.
The two senators sent a letter to U.S. VA Sec. Robert Wilkie on the matter on Thursday after the hurricane hit parts of the Big Bend and the Panhandle.
This week, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced they were awarding almost $1.25 million to help homeless veterans in South Florida.
This week, a group of elected officials from across Central Florida gathered together to ask voters to approve Amendment 10. Here is the summary of what voters will see on the ballot in November.
It is quite obvious that we come from a family that loves this country and are willing to offer the ultimate sacrifice if called upon, as countless other brave patriots have already done and are now doing.