Marco Rubio dominated, and the GOP came out of the cycle with a dominating edge in the Florida Legislature. Ingoglia is being challenged for the top post by Christian Ziegler, a 33-year-old Sarasota County Republican who promises to re-unify the party. Since Ingoglia beat out Gov. Rick Scotts choice for chairman two years ago, Scott and the leaders of the Florida Senate have pulled their financial resources out of the Republican Party of Florida. Ingoglia is a state Representative from Hernando County, a role Ziegler said is a conflict of interest given the dynamics with the Senate and the governor. Maybe the most important part of Ingoglias letter is a list of endorsements he rolled out. It includes the names of 114 key county party leaders throughout the state who make up the voters who have a ballot to cast on Jan. 14. The lists includes 41 county GOP chairs out of of 67. Not included on the lists is Ingoglia himself, who is the county chairman in Hernando County.
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