03/17/21 - Joe Gruters - State Senator - (R) FL-23
Pensacola Morning News
Senator Gruters joins the Pensacola Morning News to discuss current Republican politics throughout the state of Florida, Florida’s current status regarding its handling of COVID-19, and the successful election of five new Republicans in the state house.
Joe Gruters, Chair of RNC's Election Integrity Commission
The Dom Giordano Program
Joe Gruters, Chair of the Republican National Convention’s election integrity committee, joins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss this new initiative by the RNC focused on combating an issue that’s boiled to the surface after a highly controversial 2020 Presidential election. Gruters explains that they’re not wanting to look back on the previous election, but to insure integrity in future elections through voter ID laws and more secure voter rolls. Gruters explains that the new committee is bringing model legislation to swing states to discuss potential reforms in future elections. Also, Chairman Gruters lays out what these reforms may look like, and further explains how the RNC hopes to enact policies dedicated to securing elections. (Photo by Getty Images)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Conservative Political Action Conference takes place in Orlando over the weekend. It’s a chance for the leading lights in the conservative movement to burnish their credentials and to test the waters for a potential presidential campaign. It will be former president Donald Trump’s first major appearance since leaving office- and since acquittal in his second impeachment trial. On this episode of Intersection, we talk more about CPAC, and about the legislative session that gets underway next week, with our political analysts Dick Batchelor and Frank Torres. And we’ll discuss whether the Republican party is still the party of Trump. Sarasota Sen. Joe Gruters, chair of the Republican Party of Florida, joins the show to discuss election integrity, big tech and the pandemic. Plus what it means for Florida Republicans to have the high profile convention in this state. And we check in with Orlando lawmaker Anna Eskamani. The Democratic State Rep. talks about building a ground game, pushing for more unemployment relief, voter access, money in politics and more.
The Conservative Political Action Conference takes place in Orlando over the weekend. It’s a chance for the leading lights in the conservative movement to burnish their credentials and to test the waters for a potential presidential campaign. It will be former president Donald Trump’s first major appearance since leaving office- and since his banishment from twitter and acquittal in his second impeachment trial.
S3E035 Day 2 of CPAC with guests State Senator JOE GRUTERS, The Miniears, ART ALLY, and Heritage Foundation's HANS VON SPAVONSKY.
Afternoons With Mike PODCAST
Mike continues to broadcast his show from CPAC, with interviews with Florida State Senator Joe Gruters, JD and Christine Miniears from the radio show "The Conservative Commandos", the Timothy Plan's leader Art Ally, and Heritage Foundation Attorney HANS VON SPAKOVSKY, who is a featured speaker at this year's CPAC event.
Joe Gruters: Getting Back to Work - A Neighbor's Choice
Host David Gornoski brings to light how our arbitrary usage of coercive state power and the 'quarantining' of projected guilt fails in binding our society together. David also comments on the media's obsession with policing speech, the government misinformation on nutrition, and the general distraction of politics from the actual solving of problems. Plus, state senator Joe Gruters calls in to discuss the media backlash against the state of Florida for taking a lighter approach to the pandemic and how the Sunshine State is finally getting back to work. Email A Neighbor's Choice with a guest suggestion, story tip or question at email@example.com Find David Gornoski on YouTube Visit the A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com
Peter Scorsch hunkers down with Sen. Joe Gruters to talk coronavirus taxes, social distancing, the 2020 election cycle and Kenny Rogers.Gruters shares an optimistic view of Florida’s response to the spreading virus so far, noting the state’s resiliency and the Governor’s “soothing” messaging. He also revels in the ability for people shifting away from partisanship in favor of coming together for the common good.Gruters makes some salient, yet controversial remarks on a potential, and possibly inevitable, stay at home order in which he points out such an order might not be realistic. Gruters himself has his children in a summer camp-like program as he and his wife continue to work.And in a shock for anyone who knows him, Gruters shares his social distancing reading material: how to shift to a plant-based diet. Gruters chuckles as he explains, even his wife said there’s no way that’s for him.
Director of Governmental Affairs, Justin Thames talks with FICPA Member, Senator Joe Gruters a CPA in Sarasota Representing District 23, about the importance of relationships and showing up as both a practicing CPA and serving our State. Senator Gruters discusses the 2020 legislative session and his journey through politics.
Ep 35- Part 2 of our Florida Legislator miniseries is Republican State Senator Joe Gruters from Sarasota. When we talk about supporters of the film, television and digital media industry, Senator Gruters is at the top of the list. We talk to him about his support for the industry, life inside and outside the Florida Legislature and what’s in his future. Audio editing by Rob Hill.