FORMER SENATE PRESIDENT MIKE HARIDOPOLOS ENDORSES TYLER SIROIS FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE

Merritt Island, Florida – Former Florida Senate President Mike Haridopolos announced his endorsement today of Republican Tyler Sirois for the District 51 seat in the Florida House of Representatives.  Mike Haridopolos represented Brevard County in the Florida House of Representatives and the Florida Senate, presiding as Senate President from 2010 to 2012.

“Tyler is a trusted friend and solid conservative who will effectively advocate for Brevard County families and business owners.  Brevard needs strong voices in our state Capitol. Tyler will provide that voice for us to push for lower taxes, safe schools, cleaning up our lagoon, and standing up for our Second Amendment rights.  I am proud to support Tyler Sirois for the Florida House!”

“I remember the “What’s a Haridopolos?” campaign from when I was a younger man.  For me, the answer to that question has always been this:  a family man, principled conservative, mentor and friend,” Sirois said.  “Today, I am proud to add another answer:  a Tyler Sirois supporter.  I am grateful for his support.”

Tyler Sirois wins Brevard Republican Party Straw Poll

Merritt Island, Florida – Tyler Sirois, candidate for the District 51 seat in the Florida House of Representatives, won the Republican Party of Brevard’s Official 2018 Straw Poll today. The straw poll and family picnic was attended by approximately 600 Brevard County Republicans at the Melbourne Auditorium and drew representation from local and statewide candidates. Supervisor of Elections Lori Scott conducted the straw poll using touchscreen voting equipment.

“I am proud to win the support of our local Republican Party. Our focus on returning vocational and technical training to our public schools and collaborating with local, state, and federal partners to restore our Indian River Lagoon are issues important to local conservatives,” Sirois said.

Sirois announced at the event he was recently endorsed by Florida Right to Life and received an A-rating from the National Rifle Association. Sirois has been endorsed by Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey and Business Voice of Florida Space Coast.

Space Coast Association of Realtors Recommendation: Sirois

MERRITT ISLAND, FL— Republican Tyler Sirois has earned the support of the Space Coast Association of Realtors in his race for the District 51 seat in the Florida House of Representatives. The Space Coast Association of Realtors will publish their recommendation of Sirois in a bulletin to their membership of 4,300 realtors and business partners.

“On behalf of the screening committee and the Board of Directors we would like to thank you for your commitment to serve and for sharing your ideas and plans for the state with us,” wrote association president Mike Artelli in a letter to Sirois on Tuesday.

“We discussed my priority of returning vocational and technical training to our schools so students have the skills to participate in the workforce,” explained Sirois. “This will have a positive impact on our economy, meet the needs of employers, and expand homeownership. I share the association’s position that restoration of the Indian River Lagoon is essential to our local economy and property values.”

SHERIFF WAYNE IVEY ENDORSES TYLER SIROIS

Merritt Island, Florida – Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey announced his endorsement today of Republican Tyler Sirois for the District 51 seat in the Florida House of Representatives.  Sirois qualified for the ballot by collecting the required 1,160 signed petitions from registered voters in his district. Sirois is the only Republican to meet this requirement.

“I am grateful to the voters who invited me onto their doorsteps to hear their concerns about issues ranging from the economy and mental health to the Indian River Lagoon,” Sirois commented on the process of gathering petitions. “This process will make me a more focused legislator.”

In his endorsement, Sheriff Wayne Ivey said: “Tyler Sirois is a friend to law enforcement and strong supporter of public safety.  As Executive Director of the State Attorney’s Office, Tyler has demonstrated his leadership abilities and fiscal conservatism.  As president of the Friends of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Brevard, Tyler is committed to supporting mental health services and programs vital to the health and safety of Florida families and businesses.  I am confident that as a member of the Florida House of Representatives, Tyler will be a strong supporter of the Second Amendment and tough on crime.  For all of these reasons, Tyler Sirois has earned my endorsement as our next State Representative,” said Sheriff Ivey.

In addition to Sheriff Ivey, the Business Voice Political Committee, a group of Brevard County employers, endorsed Sirois earlier in the week.  In a letter, they praised Sirois for displaying “common sense leadership.”

“Sheriff Ivey and I agree that engaging young people in the workforce is critical to reducing our crime rate,” Sirois explained. “As a legislator, I will focus on returning vocational and technical training to our public schools.  We need to get young people prepared to participate in the workforce.”

Business Voice of Florida’s Space Coast Endorses Tyler Sirois

 

Business Voice of Florida’s Space Coast Endorses Tyler Sirois

Praises Sirois for “common sense leadership”

MERRITT ISLAND, FL— Business Voice Political Committee, a group representing a broad cross section of Brevard County businesses and entrepreneurs, endorsed Republican Tyler Sirois for the District 51 seat in the Florida House of Representatives. Their endorsement is awarded to candidates that support a pro-business environment.

In a letter to Sirois, Business Voice Committee Chairman Larry McIntyre and Executive Director Kathryn Rudloff wrote that “due to your commitment to bring common sense leadership to Tallahassee and support local job creators, we believe you are the right choice to represent the Space Coast.”

“On the Space Coast, job creators and employers want to see a greater emphasis placed on vocation and technical skills in our public schools,” Sirois said. “Parents want their kids prepared to enter the workforce and participate in the economy. The support of Business Voice underscores the importance of this message and I am grateful for their support.”

Tyler Sirois (pronounced sir-roy) is a lifelong resident of Brevard County. He is married to Katy Sirois and together they have two children: Emma Kate, 4, and Jack, 1. Tyler is the Executive Director of the Office of the State Attorney for the 18th Judicial Circuit and is running to represent District 51 in the Florida House of Representatives, which includes Cape Canaveral, Cocoa, Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island, and Rockledge. The seat is currently held by Representative Tom Goodson who is term limited. For more information or to make a campaign contribution please visit www.tylersirois.com.

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TYLER SIROIS ANNOUNCES $25,000 FUNDRAISING HAUL IN APRIL

MERRITT ISLAND, FL – Today, Tyler Sirois (R-Merritt Island), candidate for State Representative for Florida House District 51, announced he raised over $25,000 in the first month of his campaign.

“I am humbled by the outpouring of support from Brevard voters in our campaign’s first month. I am proud all of our contributions came from here in Brevard County,” said Sirois.

“House District 51 is where I grew up, and I am excited to have the opportunity to serve Florida’s Space Coast in the Legislature. Our district has amazing people, beautiful beaches, and several major economic engines, including Kennedy Space Center and Port Canaveral. I look forward to the weeks and months ahead as we grow our campaign and talk with District 51 residents about our message of low taxes, fiscal responsibility, protecting the Second Amendment, and bringing more jobs to Brevard County,” Sirois continued.

Tyler Sirois is a Brevard County native. He currently serves as the Executive Director of the Office of the State Attorney for Florida’s Eighteenth Judicial Circuit, where he oversees a $19 million budget, supporting nearly 300 employees in Brevard and Seminole Counties. Tyler was appointed to the position by State Attorney Phil Archer in 2013. Tyler is also the President of the Board of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Brevard, a nonprofit dedicated to providing medical and counseling services to support abused and neglected children. A graduate of Florida State University, Tyler is married to Katy Lynn of Tallahassee. Together, they have two children, Emma Kate, 3, and Jack, 9 months.

Florida House District 51 encompasses Central Brevard County. It includes Cocoa, Rockledge, Merritt Island, Cape Canaveral, and Cocoa Beach. The seat is currently held by Representative Tom Goodson, who is unable to run again due to term limits. The seat was also previously held by Speaker Steve Crisafulli. House District 51 has nearly 115,000 registered voters, with a partisan breakdown of 43% Republican, 32% Democrat, and 25% Independent.