ELECTION 2018: Kristine Isnardi Endorses Bryan Lober for Brevard County Commission District 2
By Space Coast Daily // October 3, 2018
'diligent, honest and invested for the right reasons'
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – District 5 Brevard County Commissioner Kristine Isnardi has endorsed Brian Lober for the Brevard County Commission District 2 seat.
“It is my pleasure to support of Bryan Lober’s candidacy to serve on the Brevard County Commission,” said Isnardi in her endorsement of Lober.
Lober defeated Chuck Nelson in the Primary Election in August. His opponent is Democrat Victoria Mitchner in the General Election, which will be held on November 6.
“As a duly elected commissioner, I too often see others hide behind partisan lines on issues where partisanship harms both constituents and the county, as a whole,” said Isnardi. “This is not acting in the best interest of the residents we serve.”
Lober is a small business owner, is self-financing his campaign and believes that Brevard can remain competitive through the right policies.
“Bryan is uniquely situated in having been registered with no party affiliation for all but the last two years,” said Isnardi.
In her endorsement of Lober, Isnardi went on to say, “While Bryan is a strong fiscal conservative, he considers all available options and, when present, factors in extenuating circumstances to arrive at decisions having performed thorough due diligence.
“Bryan is self-funding his entire campaign, having refused to accept any money at all from special interests, businesses, or even individuals. While some candidates would not be able (or willing) to do this, it demonstrates his absolute passion and commitment for the job.
“As a small business owner, Bryan understands the burden of unnecessary and excessive regulation. As a homeowner, he understands the burden of increased property taxes.
“His ability to build bridges and forge productively ahead is evident from the support Bryan has been able to garner from multiple constitutional officers including Clerk of Court Scott Ellis and Sheriff Wayne Ivey – elected officials who may not often support the same candidates.
“Bryan is exactly the type of candidate the public deserves to have on the Commission: diligent, honest and invested for the right reasons,” said Isnardi.
Lober is a graduate of Stetson University College of Law and is AV Preeminent rated by Martindale Hubbell. He has taught subjects ranging from Criminal Litigation to Business Law at Seminole State College’s ABA Approved Paralegal Education Program.
“I’ve never previously sought elected public office and I am self-funding my campaign for District 2 County Commission and, consequently, there is no possibility of my being beholden to anyone in exchange for their financial support.
“While I was registered NPA for a number of years, through college and law school, I have never been registered as a Democrat. My right-leaning beliefs have been longstanding. Years ago, while Toni Jennings served as the first female President of the state Senate, I worked as a Senate page for her,” said Lober.
He was recently appointed to serve on the statewide Judicial Nominating Procedures Committee and is Florida Supreme Court certified as a Circuit Civil and Family Mediator.
In July, Lober was recognized by the Brevard County Association for Women Lawyers with their annual Founder’s Award for his commitment to promoting equality in the legal profession.
“District 2 constituents deserve to be represented by someone who is fiscally conservative and will ensure that county funds are not gratuitously spent and that taxes aren’t raised unless the need is genuine and extenuating and there exist no meaningful alternatives,” said Lober.
Brevard County’s District 2 includes Merritt Island, Port Canaveral, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, Avon by the Sea, Rockledge, Kennedy Space Center, Snug Harbor and Patrick Air Force Base.
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