Posted in Escambia County Pensacola

Mike Hill defends Confederate monument, of course

GOP State Rep. Mike Hill has put up a video on Facebook defending the Confederate monument in downtown Pensacola: “I’m Conservative Republican Representative Mike Hill….

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Mike Hill’s next lost cause

State Rep. Mike Hill (R-Portofino Marcus Point) has a new lost cause that no one in his district cares about – a U.S. constitutional amendment…

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Covid-19 update – Mike Hill edition

Over the past 24 hours, Escambia County had 21 additional COVID-19 cases.  Over the same period last weekend, the county only had nine new cases….

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Posted in Pensacola

Andrade responds to Hill’s attacks

State Rep. Mike Hill has been upset that he didn’t get credit for the Florida House State Affairs Committee approving the naming of the new…

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Posted in Pensacola

Mike Hill upset

State Rep. Mike Hill (R-Marcus Point) is upset that he isn’t getting credit for naming the new Pensacola Bay Bridge for General “Chappie” James. Hill…

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State Rep. Hill : 2020 Legislative record 0-7

Of the seven bills proposed by State Rep. Mike Hill (R-Marcus Point), only one made it out of a subcommittee. HB 21-to name the new…

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Salzman passes Hill in fundraising

GOP challenger Michelle Salzman raised more in January than District 1 State Representative Mike Hill (R) has collected since he announced his re-election bid in…

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Poll: Hill leads Salzman

According to an Inweekly/Political Matrix poll of 580 likely State House District 1 voters, incumbent Mike Hill holds a strong lead versus challenger Michelle Salzman….

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Hill qualifies by petition

Incumbent Florida House Representative Mike Hill (R-D1) has gathered enough petitions to qualify for the 2020 election, according to campaign sources.

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