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Bill McDaniel

Friends....

It has been an honor serving you on the County Commission. Through much hard work, we have fulfilled campaign promises and made Collier County a better place to live and work. I am proud to say the Board of County Commissioners now has term limits, we have gotten government out of the way businesses to allow them to create more jobs, and I have stood firm on fighting back against increasing taxes on hard working families and small business owners. However, there is still much to be done, especially as we enter these uncertain times. Ultimately, our path to recovery begins at the local level and I will lead the fight to jumpstart our economy and bring jobs back to Collier County. And you can count on me to continue the fight for a smaller and smarter county government.

As I seek re-election, I ask that you continue to put your trust and support behind me. Together we will continue to build a brighter future for Collier County.

“I put my experience to work for Collier County residents every day to get government out of the way to help families and business prosper.” 

About Bill

Bill McDaniel has a longstanding record of leadership in our community, through both business and civic engagement.

 He launched his first business, The Realty Company, in 1987 and currently owns Big Island Excavating Inc, a mining company with an office located in District 5 in eastern Collier County, and Lazy Springs Recreation Park in Fort Myers. McDaniel employs more than 35 Floridians. Bill was a founding director of Marine National Bank in 1999, located in Collier County, and served as a director for two banks until 2007. 

Bill On the Issues

 

Some of the issues that are important to us:

  • Economic Prosperity
  • Stewardship of Tax Dollars
  • Support our First Responders
  • Environmental Responsibility
  • Infrastructure

Your support is critical in Bill’s effort to spread his message to voters throughout Collier County.