Florida Sen. Frank Artiles, chairman of the Senate Communications, Energy and Public Utilities Committee, poses with two race officials at Daytona Beach International Speedway on Feb. 24. NextEra sponsored the Friday night truck race. Artiles put on the sponsor’s jacket and waved the green flag.
Florida Sen. Frank Artiles, chairman of the Senate Communications, Energy and Public Utilities Committee, poses with two race officials at Daytona Beach International Speedway on Feb. 24. NextEra sponsored the Friday night truck race. Artiles put on the sponsor’s jacket and waved the green flag. Frank Artiles, Facebook
Florida Sen. Frank Artiles, chairman of the Senate Communications, Energy and Public Utilities Committee, poses with two race officials at Daytona Beach International Speedway on Feb. 24. NextEra sponsored the Friday night truck race. Artiles put on the sponsor’s jacket and waved the green flag. Frank Artiles, Facebook

Sure, Artiles betrayed his constituents, but he looked spiffy in his NextEra jacket

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