A message from Alison

Voters of District 72, I am listening. I have heard from hundreds of you and there are many more issues to discuss prior to Election Day on February 13th. I will always listen to you, no matter what your views. Ultimately, I will be taking your voice to Tallahassee with me, not just mine, and not just my party. That’s what being a representative is all about. I will never run away from an opportunity to have public discourse. Tell me your concerns, I am listening. I want to learn what is most important to you. And, thank you for taking the time to make an informed decision with your vote.

Please call 941-840-0369 or email me at alison@foxallforflorida.com.


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Quick Facts on Alison

• Born and raised in Sarasota, FL

• Graduated from Booker High School (9-12) and
St. Martha Catholic School (K-8)

• Earned her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Communications from the Academy of Design & Technology in Tampa, FL

• Small business owner of a local marketing & design firm

Who is Alison Foxall?

Hello friend,

My name is Alison Foxall and I live next door to you. I was born at Sarasota Memorial Hospital in 1988. My parents moved here in the 70’s and have lived in the district for over 40 years.

I come from a family of public servants. My brother is a first responder for the Bradenton Fire Department. My late father and my uncle served in the Army. My maternal grandfather served in the Air Force while my paternal grandfather was a police officer. Most of my cousins have served or currently serve in the military or as a first responder.

This is my first time running for public office but not my first time serving the public. I have donated hundreds of hours of my skilled labor for various public service campaigns through the American Advertising Federation. I’ve helped causes to end domestic violence, raised awareness for the hearing impaired, and helped children in need gain access to technology.

I’m currently working on curriculum for a free educational program to bring web programming and self publishing knowledge to teens and less fortunate adults looking to change careers and learn more skills.

I’m eager to meet you and hear what your concerns are for the State of Florida. I’m listening and ready to represent you. Elect me on February 13th, 2018, and I will take your voice to Tallahassee with me. I will not let you down.

In Liberty,

Alison Foxall

Grow gardens, not government.

Energy Independence is Necessary in Florida

End the utility monopoly in Florida. Hurricane Irma proved that we need to allow individuals to step up and be their own energy provider. It is currently illegal to go “off grid”. Thousands of families could have powered their homes with their solar panels while waiting for FPL to fix issues, yet they were unable to do so because of current law. Let people be free to power their homes and businesses how they choose.

Stimulate the Economy by Ending Burdens

End 80% of occupational licensing in Florida. Ten studies found that occupational licenses offer no consumer protection and only present a barrier to regular working people. Licensing prevents ex-felons that have paid their debts to society from working any of these jobs when they simply want to reform their lives.

Reduce the State Budget

It must be balanced per our state constitution. Damage from Hurricane Irma is estimated between 25 – 46 billion. We need to eliminate corporate, sports, and industry welfare entirely as well as ending campaign financing by taxpayers so that we can offset the costs of repairing our infrastructure. Corporations can pay their own way like the rest of us.

A True Representative

Alison Foxall is listening to you. She’s interested in what you care about and will take your voice with her to Tallahassee when you elect her on February 13th, 2018. Please, help the campaign today and donate generously.

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