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Clay Ford


2007 House Showdown: Ford v. Campbell

February 21, 2015

House Showdown: Campbell and Clay Vie for House District 3 by Duwayne Escobedo Independent News Editor Duwayne Escobedo recently interviewed Democratic House District 3 candidate Elizabeth “Liz” Campbell, after she started waving at sunup to commuters…

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Johnson Forgoes District 2 Run

April 9, 2013

Pensacola City Councilman Larry B. Johnson has decided not to run for the District 2 seat left vacant by the late Rep. Clay Ford. The councilman would not have been on the primary ballot in May—Johnson…

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Quiz Our Lawmakers

February 14, 2013

Why can’t city’s regulate guns in their jurisdictions? What are they doing to help with the large number of uninsured in Escambia County? What are their positions on casinos? Press Release: Legislators Answer Citizens’ Questions Live…

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Evers and the Clays

January 11, 2013

Local lawmakers sat center stage last night as government officials and citizens bent their ears on a variety of topics. The Escambia County State Legislative Delegation—consisting of Rep. Clay Ford, Rep. Clay Ingram and Sen. Greg…

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Evers’ Blackwater Backyard

February 20, 2012

A Northwest Florida senator is working to bring oil drilling close to home—his home. As Senator Greg Evers’ bill encouraging drilling on public lands—specifically, in Blackwater River State Forest—heads to the Environmental Preservation and Conservation Committee…

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Wake Up with Labor

January 9, 2012

In conjunction with statewide Awake the State rallies, local labor activists will gather tomorrow at state Representative Clay Ford’s local office. The Northwest Florida Federation of Labor/Central Labor Council will lead the local Awake the State…

Ford’s scorecard

May 5, 2009

State Rep. Clay Ford got one general bill passed-HB 1175: Recovery, Towing & Storage of Vehicles & Vessels The other five were postponed indefinitely or withdrawn: HB 103: Voyeurism HB 105: Homestead Assessments HB 141: Annuity…


What are our lawmakers doing?

February 13, 2009

Clay Ford is sponsoring these bills: HB 103 – Voyeurism: Prohibits secretly viewing, for specified purposes, either under or through clothing being worn by another person without that person’s knowledge or consent to view body of,…