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Tonight at 6: Keith Cate interviews David Jolly

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HERNANDO COUNTY, FL (WFLA) -

"We have a wonderful family. I'm blessed by the family," said Congressional District 13 Republican candidate David Jolly during a conversation at his home, while celebrating his aunt Carol’s birthday.

“They are our hardest campaign workers right now,” Jolly said.

You can learn a lot about David Jolly by spending time with his family. Leafing through pictures with his mother, we discovered this preacher’s kid is a fifth-generation Floridian who loves baseball, plays piano, and was elected student body president at Pasco High School.

Jolly graduated from Emory University with a degree in history, and earned a law degree from George Mason University. He prides himself on being a man rooted in faith and family, with a passion for public policy.

"I didn't come from means,” said Jolly. “I followed the desires of my heart which led me into public policy.”

TONIGHT AT 6: Keith Cate talks one-on-one with David Jolly. Hear what Jolly has to say about his opponent, Alex Sink, about Obamacare, and about skyrocketing flood insurance rates.


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