“This is the greatest job anyone could have is to serve the public, so for the people to give me that honor again I really feel great and look forward to getting back to work,” Justice said
Justice is known for his attention to detail and his even-keeled demeanor, a welcome combination on a commission that at times is prone to theatrics. His experience and style make him an important part of the commission.
Justice said any re-election campaign is about the incumbent’s record, but he expects this year’s charged presidential election to guide partisan decision making down the ballot.
“We don’t play partisan politics on the county commission, we focus on getting the job done for the people of Pinellas, that’s why I’m a good fit for my experience and what I’ve already done,” he said.
Pinellas County voters have a number of important decisions to make during the Nov. 3 election, including who will represent them on the Board of County Commissioners.
Charlie Justice’s pitch to voters as he seeks a third four-year term on the Pinellas County Commission is succinct - in troubled times, stick with stability in local government.