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Jared Grifoni Candidate Petition
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Friends and Supporters, 

Today is the first day we can start collecting signatures on my petition to get on the ballot. If you are unable to come sign one in person tomorrow at my campaign kickoff (CJ's on the Bay from 6 -7:30pm, 7/15/20) you can print one off by clicking here and you can scan and email it back to me at In order to properly fill out a petition, you need to be a registered voter of the City of Marco Island. You need to print your name at the top, fill in EITHER your birth date (mm/dd/yy) or voter registration number (found on your voter card), print your Marco Island address, sign your name at the bottom, and print the date of signature (mm/dd/yy). You can then scan and email me (preferred method) the completed form or fax it to me at 239-692-8649. The city, county, state, and zip code have already been filled in for your convenience. Please feel free to share this petition with other like-minded Marco Island residents! Time is of the essence to secure my place on the ballot! 

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"Jared Grifoni was elected to City Council in 2016, receiving the highest percentage of votes among all candidates. He is a licensed attorney and leads multiple businesses in Southwest Florida. Grifoni, a full-time resident of Marco since 2007, wrote in an email he wants to create opportunities that benefit residents today while preserving the island for future generations. "I wanted to bring my principles of fiscal conservatism, lower taxes, limited government, and protection of citizens’ rights to our City Council and I have fulfilled those pledges over the last four years and hope to do so again over my final term," he wrote. Grifoni wrote the quality of the island's waterways is also one of his priorities. "I have formally recommended to City Council that millions of dollars from the Collier County sales tax be allocated to clean up our water going forward and to continue to engage with county and state leadership on this issue to secure additional funding," he wrote. Grifoni wrote this can be accomplished without raising taxes." - Read more here: Marco Eagle, 6/26/20

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"City Councilor Jared Grifoni said Thursday that he supports the proposed sidewalk maintenance program if adopted in a "fiscally responsible manner."

The city can do that by not raising taxes and supplementing the funding with some of its share of the county's 1% sales tax increase voters approved in 2018, Grifoni said." Read more here: Marco Eagle, 6/17/20

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