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Man Controls 27 Percent of Florida's PACs, Running for Three Offices

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Meet Josue Larose. He'd like your vote for governor... or maybe for the U.S. House? If not that, then maybe for the state Senate? Well, if you're not going to vote for him, could you at least cut a check to one of his 160 political action committees? 


The Sun-Sentinel reports that Larose has organized 27 percent of the PACs in the state (none of which have collected much money), with names such as the Florida Billionaires Political Committee and United States Former Vice Presidents Federal PAC. He's also running in three races as a registered Republican. He somehow juggles his political duties with his 11 "businesses." All of this at the age of 28. 

"[He] seems like one of those people who is ambitious with a lot of time on their hands," Federal Elections Commission spokesman Christian Hilland told

the

Sentinel

. Indeed. 


THIS IS THE PERSONAL PROFILE OF THE MILLIONAIRE JOSUE LAROSE 

I am a rich man, own 8 businessses in the state of Florida, including a Music Productions Company, a Film productions Company, an Advertising Agency, a Newspaper Publisher, a Magazine Publisher, a Lobbying Firm, an Airlines Company, and a Marketing Network Company. 

Therefore, I am the current president of: 

AMERICAN NATIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Well, at least he's humble.


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