Governor’s travels: Ron DeSantis on the move

Gov. Ron DeSantis and AG Ashley Moody planted a tree in the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest in the Jerusalem hills on May 29, 2019. Source: Governor's office.

Maybe the Florida Department of Law Enforcement should hurry and buy that executive jet for Gov. Ron DeSantis. He’s been flogging the heck out of the old twin turboprop model he inherited from the FDLE since he took office Jan. 9.

A Florida Phoenix review of state records shows that DeSantis left the state capital 75 days during his first six months in office, visiting cities – and media markets – in virtually every region of Florida to pitch his policies. He traveled out of state, too, to Washington, New York, and Jerusalem.

That represents nearly 44 percent of the time between the day the conservative Republican took the oath of office and the last day in June.

“Being able to go out and actually talking to people who are not just a part of the political process is very, very important, “ DeSantis said last week. “And that’s what we’re able to do when we go out – we’re able to address issues locally.”

DeSantis went where the viewers are, conducting 33 appearances in the what the television viewership marketing firm Nielsen calls a “designated marketing area” for Miami-Fort Lauderdale, with its 1.6 million homes with TVs; 21 appearances in Tampa-St. Petersburg with 1.8 million viewers; and 18 visits in the Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne area, which has a market reach of 1.5 million. The Tallahassee-Thomasville, Ga., area boasts 273,120 homes with TVs – plus broadcast journalists who beam DeSantis events there to viewers across Florida.

Comparing DeSantis’ travel frequency with previous governors is tricky. U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, DeSantis’ immediate predecessor, sold off the aircraft available for executive travel in favor of his privately owned jet. That meant he didn’t have to  disclose his travel itinerary. Charlie Crist, Scott’s predecessor now serving in Congress as a Democrat, declined to comment for this story.

The Legislature during its spring session authorized $3.8 million for the lease-purchase of a new aircraft for DeSantis’ use. At last word, the FDLE had recommended acquiring a Citation Latitude built by Textron Aviation Inc., the company behind Beechcraft, Cessna, and Hawker. Meanwhile, the governor has been using a 16-year-old King Air B300 that in January suffered a mechanical failure that forced an emergency landing.

DeSantis began his official trips two days into his term, on Jan. 9, flying to Miami’s Freedom Tower to announce his appointment of Barbara Lagoa to the Florida Supreme Court. Later that day, he was in Mexico Beach surveying Hurricane Michael damage.

The governor hardly slighted Tallahassee, and his travel days often began or ended with public events in the capital city. On Jan. 11, for example, DeSantis presided over a news conference, a Cabinet meeting, and Clemency Board hearings in the Capitol before flying to Fort Lauderdale to announce his suspension of Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel.

Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nuñez, who won dispensation from the Legislature to maintain an office in Miami, accompanied the governor to 31 out-of-Tallahassee events. For example, she attended a Jan. 10 swing through Bonita Springs, Sarasota, and Stuart to discuss water policy, plus the Scott Israel news conference the next day. She was there on Feb. 7 for the opening of the State Fair and a news conference about teacher pay bonuses, both in the Tampa area.

Perhaps the highlight of DeSantis schedule came in late May, when he and the Florida Cabinet spent five days on a trade mission to Israel. The trip included a ceremonial meeting of the governor and Cabinet; a series of agreements between Israeli and Floridian businesses, universities, and agencies; a visit to the Wailing Wall and Holocaust memorial; and a meeting between the governor and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

These numbers (see chart, below) are based on a review by the Florida Phoenix of the governor’s daily schedule as posted on the Executive Office of the Governor’s website. Aides post these schedules most days – if sometimes after the events described have already transpired. On 35 days for the governor and 47 for the lieutenant governor, they noted only “no scheduled events.” Other daily schedules laid out meetings with aides or agency leaders.

“It does sound like a lot, but it doesn’t necessarily sound like too much,” said Mac Stipanovich, chairman of the Florida government relations practice at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney and an observer of the Tallahassee scene since he advised former Gov. Bob Martinez during the 1980s and later Jeb Bush.

“Every governor’s different. Some are more peripatetic and want to get out and move around more than others,” Stipanovich said.

DeSantis Communications Director Helen Aguirre Ferré said via email that the phrase on the governor’s schedule  – “no scheduled events” – means exactly what it says. Asked whether the governor takes time off, she added: “He is a hard worker and enjoys it. That means he works on weekends, but he also makes sure to get some family time in there, as well.”

DeSantis’ travels didn’t stop during the legislative session, between March 5 and May 4. He delivered his State of the State address to a joint session of the House and Senate on opening day, lingering for a reception at the Governor’s Mansion that night. The next day, he was off to Naples for a Foundation for Government Accountability luncheon, but was back in Tallahassee for a legislative briefing at 3:30 p.m. In all, he attended 33 out-of-town events on 19 days during session.

Events sometimes drive the itinerary. DeSantis cites his July 20 visit with First Lady Casey DeSantis to Merritt Island to mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Vice President Mike Pence also was on hand. “Obviously, that’s a very important anniversary for our country,” the governor said, and one in which Florida was pivotal.

“Sometimes, I’m asked to do certain things. I think we’re going to be speaking at the sheriffs’ conference coming up. That’s just kind of the way it works. It’s not always easy to get around this state, I’ll tell you that.”

DeSantis visited every corner of the state, but especially populous South Florida. His lead destination was Miami-Dade County, with 19 appearances there, followed by Broward and Palm Beach counties with 13 each and Hillsborough with 10. He participated in seven events in Bay County, plus others in Calhoun, Gulf, and Jackson counties – generally, involving the Panhandle’s recovery from Hurricane Michael on Oct. 10.

“There’s a lot of votes down there, certainly, and not a lot of people voted for him in those areas. Maybe he’s trying to make up some margins,” Kevin Cate, a political communications consultant who worked for Democrat Andrew Gillum during last year’s gubernatorial election, said of South Florida.

“Getting around the state is always helpful politically,” Cate said. “Tallahassee, actually, is a pretty isolated media market. Most voters are outside of the capital and paying attention to local issues. I think it’s smart.”

To Cate, this is not a matter of communicating through reporters less sophisticated about policy than the Capital Press Corps. “You’ve got great reporters all over the state,” he said.

Republican consultant Stipanovich doesn’t particularly support DeSantis – he’s not a fan of Donald Trump, and DeSantis is a Trump loyalist who owes his election to the president. Stipanovich believes these travels reflect the nature of political leadership these days. There are lots of votes in South Florida, but that’s because so many Floridians live there. And it’s not a desk job – governors’ can fulfill their duties from anywhere.

“A governor has a lot of jobs, and one of them is communicating with the people of Florida – making his programs known to them; letting the government have a face. Moving around a lot may be an indication of energy as opposed to not being at work,” Stipanovich said.

At 40, DeSantis is the youngest Florida governor in more than a century.

“If his calendar was filled for 180 days with golfing at some resort he owned, then I might have more questions than I do about Gov. DeSantis’ schedule,” Stipanovich said.

The Governor's Travels      
DateCityCountyVenueTopicNunez PresentMedia Market*
January 9, 2019Mexico BeachBayMexico Beach City HallDisaster recoveryNoPanama City: 129,390 homes with TVs
January 9, 2019MiamiMiami-DadeFreedom Tower Miami Dade CollegeFlorida Supreme Court AppointmentYesMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
January 10, 2019Bonita SpringsLeeFlorida Gulf Coast University Vester Field StationEnvironment/Water PolicyYesFt. Myers-Naples: 502,050 homes with TVs
January 10, 2019StuartMartinFlagler Place Studio OneEnvironment/Water PolicyYesWest Palm Beach-Fort Pierce: 794,310 homes with TVs
January 10, 2019SarasotaSarasotaMote Marine LaboratoryEnvironment/Water PolicyYesTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
January 11, 2019Fort LauderdaleBrowardRon Cochran Public Safety ComplexSuspension Sheriff Scott IsraelYesMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
January 14, 2019MiamiMiami-DadeScheck Hillel Community SchoolFlorida Supreme Court AppointmentYesMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
January 15, 2019Boca RatonPalm BeachJewish Federation of South Palm Beach CountyIsraelIsrael/BDS Policy/Trade MissionYesWest Palm Beach-Fort Pierce: 794,310 homes with TVs
January 16, 2019Mexico BeachBayMexico Beach PierDisaster recoveryNoPanama City: 129,390 homes with TVs
January 16, 2019Panama CityBayA.D. Harris Elementary SchoolDisaster recoveryNoPanama City: 129,390 homes with TVs
January 16, 2019Panama CityBayCarver Group HousingDisaster recoveryNoPanama City: 129,390 homes with TVs
January 16, 2019Tyndall AFBBayTyndall AFBDisaster recoveryNoPanama City: 129,390 homes with TVs
January 16, 2019BlountstownCalhounEmergency Operations CenterDisaster recoveryNoPanama City: 129,390 homes with TVs
January 16, 2019Port St. JoeGulfVeterans Memorial ParkDisaster recoveryNoPanama City: 129,390 homes with TVs
January 17, 2019Winter ParkOrangeKraft Azalea ParkMedical MarijuanaYesOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
January 18, 2019West Palm BeachPalm BeachHistorical Society of Palm Beach CountySuspension Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections/Resignation Broward County Supervisor of ElectionsYesWest Palm Beach-Fort Pierce: 794,310 homes with TVs
January 21, 2019Lauderdale LakesBrowardPiney Grove Boys AcademyMLK DayNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
January 21, 2019Winter ParkOrangeUnity Heritage FestivalMLK DayNoOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
January 22, 2019WashingtonDistrict OfficeMeetingNo
January 22, 2019WashingtonWhite HouseTrump MeetingNo
January 23, 2019SebringHighlandsSheriff's OfficeMass ShootingNoTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
January 23, 2019MiamiMiami-DadeOff MacArthur CausewayInfrastrucure Listening TourNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
January 23, 2019AuburndalePolkOff Polk ParkwayInfrastructure Listening TourNoTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
January 24, 2019MariannaJacksonRoad DepartmentDisaster recoveryYesPanama City: 129,390 homes with TVs
January 29, 2019Fort LauderdaleBrowardEverglades Holiday ParkEnvironment/WMD AppointmaneYesMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
January 29, 2019NaplesCollierRookery Bay Environmental Learning CenterEnvironment/WMD AppointmentNoFt. Myers-Naples: 502,050 homes with TVs
January 30, 2019TampaHillsboroughTampa Bay Technical High SchoolWorkforce Education Executive OrderYesTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
February 1, 2019DoralMiami-DadeIglesia Doral Jesus Workship CenterVenezuela Solidarity EventYesMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
February 1, 2019OrlandoOrangeDisney's Yacht and Beach Club ResortFederalist Society Annual ConferenceNoOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
February 4, 2019JacksonvilleDuvalNorth Florida School of Special EducationFirst Lady’s Medal for Courage, Commitment, and ServiceNoJacksonville: 659,170 homes with TVs
February 4, 2019LongwoodSeminolePace Brantley SchoolGardiner ScholarshipsNoOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
February 7, 2019SeffnerHillsboroughArmwood Senior High SchoolTeacher BonusesYesTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
February 7, 2019TampaHillsboroughState Fair GroundsState FairYesTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
February 13, 2019TitusvilleBrevardBarbara A. Pill Law Enforcement FacilityThreat Assessment StrategyNoOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
February 13, 2019Fort LauderdaleBrowardBroward County CourthouseSchool Safety/Statewide Grand JuryYesMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
February 13, 2019Boca RatonPalm BeachPolo Club of Boca RatonFriends of Israel Defense Forces DinnerNoWest Palm Beach-Fort Pierce: 794,310 homes with TVs
February 14, 2019Coral SpringsBrowardCity HallParkland/School Safety/Memorial Temple BurningNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
February 14, 2019ParklandBrowardMarjory Stoneman Douglas High SchoolParkland/School Safety/Wreath LayingNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
February 14, 2019ParklandBrowardPine Trails ParkParkland/School Safety/VigilYesMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
February 15, 2019MiamiMiami-DadeGreater Miami Adventist AcademyEqual Opportunity ScholarshipNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
February 15, 2019OrlandoOrangeCalvary City Christian AcademyEqual Opportunity ScholarshipNoOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
February 16, 2019Palm BeachPalm BeachThe BreakersEverglades Foundation GalaNoWest Palm Beach-Fort Pierce: 794,310 homes with TVs
February 17, 2019West Palm BeachPalm BeachKravis CenterGovernor's Baseball DinnerNoWest Palm Beach-Fort Pierce: 794,310 homes with TVs
February 18, 2019MiamiMiami-DadeFlorida International UniversityPresident Trump Remarks to Venezuelan CommunityYesMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
February 20, 2019The VillagesSumterSavannah CenterPrescription Drugs PlanNoOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
February 21, 2019NaplesCollierNorth Collier Regional ParkEnvironment/WMD AppointmentsNoFort Myers-Naples: 502,050 homes with TVs
February 21, 2019StuartMartinFlorida Oceanographic Coastal CenterEnvironment/WMD AppointmentNoWest Palm Beach-Fort Pierce: 794,310 homes with TVs
February 22, 2019Cape Canaveral Air Force StationBrevardLaunch Pad 20Announcement Firefly Aerospace Inc. plans for new launch and manufacturing project in Cape CanaveralNoOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
February 22, 2019Coral CablesMiami-DadeThe BiltmoreLatin Builders Association LuncheonYesMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
February 22, 2019OrlandoOrangeCitrus ClubCentral Florida Urban League Black History Month BreakfastNoOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
February 22, 2019Palm BeachPalm BeachThe BreakersClub for Growth Winter ConferenceNoWest Palm Beach-Fort Pierce: 794,310 homes with TVs
February 24, 2019WashingtonWhite HouseWhite House Governors' DinnerNo
February 25, 2019WashingtonWhite HouseBusiness RoundtableNo
February 26, 2019BrooksvilleHernandoSheriff's OfficeSanctuary CitiesNoTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
February 27, 2019HollywoodBrowardMemorial Regional HospitalHealthcare Pricing TransparencyNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
February 27, 2019EsteroLeeHertz ArenaFuneral for FHP Master Sergeant Daniel HintonYesFort Myers-Naples: 502,050 homes with TVs
February 28, 2019New YorkVarious Financial FirmsBusiness Development MeetingsNo
March 6, 2019NaplesCollierRitz Carlton BeachFoundation for Government Accountability LuncheonNoFort Myers-Naples: 502,050 homes with TVs
March 13, 2019Ponte Vedra BeachSt. JohnsTPC SawgrassPlayers Champion KickoffNoJacksonville: 659,170 homes with TVs
March 14, 2019Palm BeachPalm BeachHome of Bill EberhardtAlzheimer's Disease AdvocacyNoWest Palm Beach-Fort Pierce: 794,310 homes with TVs
March 15, 2019DavieBrowardSignature GrandMeeting with Broward Police Chiefs/Broward Workshop (business development)NoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
March 18, 2019LargoPinellasFla. Dept. Veterans' AffairsMeeting with veteransNoTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
March 18, 2019Palm HarborPinellasInnisbrook Golf ResortValspar Championship Veterans Alternative Celebrity Pro-Am TournamentNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
March 27, 2019Coral GablesMiami-DadeRichter Library, University of MiamiAppointment of Two Trial JudgesNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
March 27, 2019Miami GardensMiami-DadeHard Rock StadiumVisit to Miami OpenNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
March 29, 2019TampaHillsboroughTraditions Hall, University of South FloridaDept. of Veterans' Affairs Forward March EventYesTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
March 29, 2019TampaHillsboroughPatel College of Global SustainabilityAppointment of Two Trial JudgesYesTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
March 29, 2019Canal PointPalm BeachHerbert Hoover DikeVisit with President TrumpNoWest Palm Beach-Fort Pierce: 794,310 homes with TVs
April 1, 2019West Palm BeachPalm BeachSouth Florida Science Center and AquariumAppointment of Thomas Frazer as State Chief Science OfficerNoWest Palm Beach-Fort Pierce: 794,310 homes with TVs
April 1, 2019SanfordSeminoleFire DepartmentAppointment of Scott Rivkees as Florida Surgeon General/Anti-Opioid InitiativeYesOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
April 3, 2019Panama CityBayWildfire Base of OperationsVisitNoPanama City: 129,390 homes with TVs
April 3, 2019Fort Walton BeachWaltonEmerald Coasts Convention and Visitors BureauCaptains for Clean Water Skiff ChallengeNoPanama City: 129,390 homes with TVs
April 8, 2019Sun City CenterHillsboroughCommunity HallPrescription Drugs PlanNoTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
April 9, 2019PlantationBrowardTemple Kol Ami Emanu-ElAnnouncement Business Development Trip to IsraelNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
April 9, 2019NaplesCollierCounty Administration BuildingDisaster recoveryNoFort Myers-Naples: 502,050 homes with TVs
April 15, 2019TampaHillsboroughTampa Bay Christian AcademyEducation PrioritiesNoTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
April 15, 2019TampaHillsboroughTampa International AirportTourism PromotionNoTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
April 16, 2019GainesvilleAlachua Steinmetz Hall, University of FloridaEnvironmentNoGainesville: 123,430 homes with TVs
April 16, 2019MarathonMonroeU.S. Coast Guard StationEnvironment/Disaster RecoveryYesMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
April 17, 2019HollywoodBrowardJoe DiMaggio Children's HospitalVisitNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
April 17, 2019Coral CablesMiami-DadeBiltmore HotelBay of Pigs Anniversary LuncheonYesMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
April 17, 2019Coral GablesMiami-DadeBiltmore HotelMeeting with National Security Adviser John BoltonNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
April 18, 2019Eglin AFBOkaloosaAir Force Armament MuseumAnnounce Governor's Initiative on Lawyers Assisting WarriorsNoMobile-Pensacola: 525,990 homes with TVs
April 18, 2019Miramar BeachWaltonBaytowne Conference CenterAnnounce Economic Priorities during Gulf Power Economic SymposiumNoPanama City: 129,390 homes with TVs
April 19, 2019OrlandoOrangeAmway CenterNBA PlayoffsNoOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
April 22, 2019Key BiscayneMiami-DadeMarjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature CenterMiami Super Bowl Host Committee Ocean to Everglades Environmental InitiativeNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
April 25, 2019MiamiMiami-Dade3rd District Court of AppealAppellate Court AppointmentsNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
April 25, 2019MiamiMiami-DadeMiccosukee Administration BuildingVisitNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
April 29, 2019Hobe SoundMartinNathaniel P. Reed Hobe Sound National Wildlife RefugeAppointments to Blue-Green Algae Task ForceNoWest Palm Beach-Fort Pierce: 794,310 homes with TVs
May 1, 2019CocoaBrevardBrevard Attitude Modification CenterAnnounce Large Drug Sting OperationNoOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
May 6, 2019WashingtonWhite HousePresidential Medal of Freedom CeremonyNo
May 7, 2019Fort MyersLeeEmergent Technologies Institute, Florida Gulf Coast UniversityAlgae Bloom Roundtable/News ConferenceNoFort Myers-Naples: 502,050 homes with TVs
May 7, 2019MiamiMiami-DadeRosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of MiamiEnvironmentYesMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
May 8, 2019Tyndall Air Force BaseBayHangar 5Visit with President TrumpNoPanama City: 129,390 homes with TVs
May 8, 2019Fort LauderdaleBrowardPier Sixty-Six Hotel and MarinaGreater Fort Lauderdale Alliance Mid-Year MeetingNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
May 9, 2019JacksonvilleDuvalPotter's House Christian AcademyEducationNoJacksonville: 659,170 homes with TVs
May 9, 2019Miami GardensMiami-DadeWilliam A. Kerlew Junior AcademyEducationYesMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
May 9, 2019Palm BeachPalm BeachThe BreakersFlorida Council of 100 ConferenceNoWest Palm Beach-Fort Pierce: 794,310 homes with TVs
May 9, 2019St. PetersburgPinellasMt. Moriah Christian Fundamentalist Academy SchoolEducationNoTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
May 11, 2019KissimmeeOsceolaWestgate Vacation Villas and Town Center ResortMilitary WeekendNoOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
May 13, 2019New YorkLocations not disclosedBusiness Development MeetingsNo
May 15, 2019Coral CablesMiami-DadeBiltmore HotelConsular Corps of Miami LuncheonNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
May 15, 2019West Palm BeachPalm BeachPalm Beach County Convention CenterAnnual Governor's Hurricane ConferenceYesWest Palm Beach-Fort Pierce: 794,310 homes with TVs
May 16, 2019TampaHillsboroughRoland Park K-8 Magnet SchoolSubstance AbuseNoTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
May 17, 2019Longboat KeySarasotaLongboat Key Club & ResortBill Signing: Toll Road ExpansionYesTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
May 17, 2019SarasotaSarasotaSarasota High SchoolBill Signing: Texting While DrivingYesTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
May 18, 2019DoralMiami-DadeTrump National Doral MiamiDade County PBA Law Enforcement AwardsNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
May 22, 2019JacksonvilleDuvalNorth Florida School of Special EducationEducationYesJacksonville: 659,170 homes with TVs
May 22, 2019Lake ParkPalm BeachLake Park Elementary SchoolEducationNoWest Palm Beach-Fort Pierce: 794,310 homes with TVs
May 26, 2019Tel AvivDelegation Welcome ReceptionNo
May 27, 2019Tel AvivMeetings/MOU SigningsNo
May 28, 2019Tel AvivMeetings/MOU Signings/Networking ReceptionNo
May 29, 2019Airport CityMeetings/Israel-America Business SummitNo
May 29, 2019JerusalemCabinet Meeting/Visit to West Bank Settlement/Tree Planting/Networking DinnerNo
May 30, 2019JerusalemMeetings/Wreath Laying/Western Wall/Netanyahu/Farewell DinnerNo
June 9, 2019OrlandoOrangeHyatt Regency OrlandoAnnual Family CaféNoOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
June 11, 2019OrlandoOrangeDouble Tree Airport HotelFDLE Threat Assessment MeetingNoOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
June 11, 2019The VillagesSumterEisenhower Recreation CenterBill Signing: Prescription Drugs PlanNoOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
June 12, 2019StarkeBradfordCamp Blanding Joint Training CenterBase Commanders MeetingNoJacksonville: 659,170 homes with TVs
June 12, 2019JacksonvilleDuvalCenterOne Surgery CenterBill Signing: Patient Savings ActNoJacksonville: 659,170 homes with TVs
June 12, 2019OrlandoOrangePulse MemorialVisitNoOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
June 13, 2019Bonita SpringsLeeHyatt Regency Coconut PointAnnual Citrus Industry Conference LuncheonNoFort Myers-Naples: 502,050 homes with TVs
June 13, 2019AuburndalePolkSunTrax Test FacilityBill Signing: Autonomous VehiclesNoTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
June 14, 2019ShalimarOkaloosaBoard of County CommissionersBill Signing: Sanctuary CitiesNoMobile-Pensacola: 525,990 homes with TVs
June 17, 2019LargoPinellasRidgecrest Elementary SchoolComputer Science HighlightNoTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
June 24, 2019Space CenterBrevardLaunch Complex 39A, Kennedy Space Center; SpaceX OfficesMeeting With SpaceX, Bill Signing: Workforce EducationNoOrlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne: 1.5 million homes with TVs
June 24, 2019MiamiMiami-DadeDoubleTree Miami Airport and Convention CenterMiami-Dade County Public Schools Pre-Apprenticeship Graduation ProgramNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
June 25, 2019NaplesCollierAudubon's Corkscrew Swamp SanctuaryEnvironmental Budget HighlightNoFort Myers-Naples: 502,050 homes with TVs
June 26, 2019TampaHillsboroughUniversity of South Florida Office of Veteran ServicesBill Signings: Alternative Treatment Options for Veterans; Honor and Remember FlagNoTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
June 26, 2019Wesley ChapelPascoSaddlebrook ResortFlorida Police Chief Association Annual ConferenceNoTampa-St. Petersburg: 1.8 million homes with TVs
June 27, 2019Pompano BeachBrowardHabitat for Humanity CommunityDedicationNoMiami-Fort Lauderdale: 1.6 million homes with TVs
June 27, 2019JacksonvilleDuvalFlorida Air National Guard 125th Fighter Squadron Wing HQFlorida Air National Guard 159th Fighter Squadron DeploymentNoJacksonville: 659,170 homes with TVs
June 27, 2019Boca RatonPalm BeachBoca Raton Resort and ClubJudicial Luncheon, Florida Bar ConventionNoWest Palm Beach-Fort Pierce: 794,310 homes with TVs
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