Monday, February 15, 2016
Rep. RENNER Bought Condo Month After His Inauguration
Controversial Jacksonville corporate lawyer Rep. PAUL RENNER (R-24th) did not buy a condominium in his district, in Palm Coast, until May 7, 2015, one month after being sworn in as a Florida state representative on April 8, 2015.
Rep. RENNER purchased his 1896 square foot pied au terre for $126,000 at Tidelands Condominium, 70 Riverview Bend South #713 Palm Coast, FL 32137.
It is suitable for vacation rentals, like the alleged abode of ex-Senator JOHN THRASHER, now the controversial President of Florida State University.
Rep. RENNER paid $300,000 for a home at 3712 Pine Street (corrected) in the Avondale neighborhood of Jacksonville in 2005. He still owns it.
Rep. RENNER is a fracking supporter who has received contributions from Koch Industries and illegal gambling interests.
Rep. RENNER aspires to be Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives and already has a PAC with the word "liberty" in it, even as he apparently takes liberties with the requirement to live in your district upon election.
Rebarbative reprobate Rep. RENNER has already raised 111 times more money than his 2016 Democratic opponent, Captain Adam Morley, an environmentalist and eco-tour business owner.