Lakeland Republican Sen. Kelli Stargel, left — shown speaking to Sen. Nancy Detert, R-Venice, during a floor debate in March — sponsored legislation in the 2016 session that benefits the Florida Coalition of School Board Members. Part of her original bill was added to a massive school choice bill that is pending Gov. Rick Scott’s signature. It gives school board members statewide freedom to choose which membership association they want representing them.
Lakeland Republican Sen. Kelli Stargel, left — shown speaking to Sen. Nancy Detert, R-Venice, during a floor debate in March — sponsored legislation in the 2016 session that benefits the Florida Coalition of School Board Members. Part of her original bill was added to a massive school choice bill that is pending Gov. Rick Scott’s signature. It gives school board members statewide freedom to choose which membership association they want representing them. SCOTT KEELER TAMPA BAY TIMES
Lakeland Republican Sen. Kelli Stargel, left — shown speaking to Sen. Nancy Detert, R-Venice, during a floor debate in March — sponsored legislation in the 2016 session that benefits the Florida Coalition of School Board Members. Part of her original bill was added to a massive school choice bill that is pending Gov. Rick Scott’s signature. It gives school board members statewide freedom to choose which membership association they want representing them. SCOTT KEELER TAMPA BAY TIMES

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