Heather Thomas, a waitress and bartender in Tallahassee, was paid $2,000 by Frank Artiles’ political committee for ‘consulting.’ Her job application for a previous role showed she had no previous political experience.
Heather Thomas, a waitress and bartender in Tallahassee, was paid $2,000 by Frank Artiles’ political committee for ‘consulting.’ Her job application for a previous role showed she had no previous political experience. Facebook
Heather Thomas, a waitress and bartender in Tallahassee, was paid $2,000 by Frank Artiles’ political committee for ‘consulting.’ Her job application for a previous role showed she had no previous political experience. Facebook

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