Shoaf, a conservative from Port St. Joe, is un-apologetically pro-life, opposing all forms of state funded abortion
Florida Right to Life is headed by conservative Lynda Bell, a former Republican candidate for House District 7. She praised Shoaf's commitment to "defending innocent life."
“Jason has committed himself to defending innocent life and to working with Florida Right to Life. I am pleased to personally endorse Jason Shoaf for State House 7. I look forward to a strong victory and an even stronger relationship!" said Bell.
The Florida Right to Life endorsement joins a long list of endorsements Shoaf has earned in this special election. Among them are: Florida Police Benevolent Association, Inc., Associated Industries of Florida, Florida Chamber of Commerce, NFIB, ABC of North Florida, Florida Realtors, Florida Retail Federation, U.S. Representative Matt Gaetz, Gulf County Sheriff Mike Harrison, Madison County Sheriff Ben Stewart, former House Speaker Allan Bense, Wakulla County Commissioner Ralph Thomas and Wakulla Superintendent Bobby Pearce.
Shoaf, a small business owner born and raised in Port St. Joe, has never run for office before. He's a constitutional conservative who vocally supports President Donald Trump's efforts to secure the borders. Shoaf considers himself a champion of the Second Amendment and a defender of life. If elected, Shoaf has promised to provide immediate relief to Northwest Florida families impacted by Hurricane Michael. He also promised that he will make bringing jobs to the district a top priority by emphasizing technical training and career education.
He captured the Republican nomination on April 9, defeating his opponents in a monumental landslide -- taking almost 50 percent of the total vote. He will now take on Democrat Ryan Terrell in the June 18 general election.