The NRA has endorsed Congressman Webster in every Congressional election since he was first elected in 2010. In 2012, because of Webster’s strong pro-Second Amendment stand, Webster became the target of liberal Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun super PAC, which spent $1.1 million in an effort to unseat Webster. Webster prevailed in that race and remains a defender of Second Amendment rights in Washington.
Congressman Daniel Webster today announced the endorsement of the Florida State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police in the Congressional District 11 race.
Congressman Daniel Webster (R-Clermont) qualified by petition as a candidate for Congressional District 11. Florida requires 2,298 petitions to qualify as a candidate for United States Congress. 2,383 petitions were verified for Webster. All 2,383 petitions were verified from Congressional District 11. Petitions were received from every county in the District.
Republican Congressman Daniel Webster admits he’s a “by-the-rules” guy who is not done pushing for reform in Washington, D.C. That’s one reason why he decided to run for the District 11 seat currently held by U.S. Rep Rich Nugent, R-Brooksville, who is not seeking re-election.
In a year when all eyes are on the wild and wacky race for the White House, Congressman Daniel Webster believes — or at least hopes — changes are afoot in Congress that could be as meaningful to the future of the nation as who occupies the Oval Office next January. Webster, who made a bid to unseat John Boehner as Speaker of the House last year, said the man who beat him out, Paul Ryan, could be on the path to returning congressional power to its members and taking the nation's most important decision-making out of the hands of a handful of power brokers.
Congressman Daniel Webster announced support today from REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC), the political arm of the National Association of REALTORS®, following a recommendation from the Florida REALTORS® PAC.
Congressman Daniel Webster today announced he is running for re-election in the newly created Congressional District 11. This district merges counties previously represented by Congressman Webster and counties represented by Congressman Richard Nugent, who recently announced he would retire from the House of Representatives.
Congressman Daniel Webster today unveiled his first television commercial highlighting his on-going battle to fix Washington and return power back to the people.
If elected, Mr. Webster said he would let committees play a bigger role in deciding which bills get a vote on the House floor, bring up important spending bills well before deadlines hit and let lawmakers engage in more robust debate on legislation and amendments.