Latest updates and news on the American Conservative Union's 2013 Political Action Conference (CPAC) held at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, MD.
State Representative Will Weatherford grew up in Pasco County raised by dedicated parents in a family of nine children. He graduated from Land O’ Lakes High School and Jacksonville University where he played football and received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Will is married to Courtney Bense of Panama City, Florida. The Weatherford’s have two daughters Ella Kate and Molly Marie.
Will was elected in 2006 to the Florida House of Representatives. He is slated to become Speaker of the House in 2012. Weatherford is the Chair of the Redistricting Committee, leading the effort to redraw Florida’s legislative and Congressional districts. He also serves on the powerful Rules & Calendar Committee.
Representative Weatherford has spearheaded many important legislative issues during the last five years with a particular focus on advancing school choice and improving education accountability.
In addition to his state service, Representative Weatherford is an active member of his community. He serves on organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters of Florida, Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce, Commission on Open Government, Goodwill Industries, Greater Dade City Chamber of Commerce, Jobs for America’s Graduates, Pasco County Take Stock in Children Program, The Fund for American Studies, Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce, Workforce Housing Ventures, Inc, and Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce.
In the spirit of this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference theme “America’s Future: The Next Generation of Conservatives. New Challenges, Timeless Principles,” the American Conservative Union would like to introduce you to 10 conservative elected leaders under age of 40 from across the nation. (Read More)