FSU News: Written by Morgan Dobbins. September 9, 2018.
On August 28, Floridians all over the state cast votes for who they wanted to represent them on their party’s ballot this November.
While the governor and U.S. Senate races are getting the most press, one equally important position, the Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services, also had interesting primary.
The Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services serves a four-year term with a limit of two consecutive terms. This cabinet-level position oversees Florida’s agriculture industry, which directly relates to environmental issues and consumer services, including concealed weapons permits.