June 6th: The State of the State, by FL State Rep. Cord Byrd

June 6th: The State of the State, by FL State Rep. Cord Byrd


by: We The People

Please join us for another informative

Happy Hour for Concerned Conservatives

on Monday, June 6th, 2022

from 5:00 to 7:00 pm

at  Walkers Landing, 70 Marsh Creek Road

(Non-AIP property owners may enter through the main Omni Resort gate)


Meet like-minded friends & neighbors as we hear from

Representative Cord Byrd

Florida House of Representatives, 11th District

for a review of

The Florida State 2022 Legislative Session


$30.00 per person

cover charge includes catering by the Hidden Crab

Please Bring Your Own Beverage and glass/cup 


Feel free to invite any friends who may have an interest

RSVP to Deb Boelkes

by June 2th

904-310-9602  ~  Deb.Boelkes@BWRising.com

If you register but are unable to attend, please cancel with Deb by June 2nd to avoid cover charge.


About Representative Cord Byrd

Representative Cord Byrd is a Constitutionalist and 2nd Amendment advocate who has spent his life fighting to ensure the Constitution’s promise of individual liberty, economic freedom and limited government.

Cord is a fifth generation Floridian and native of the Jacksonville Beaches. He resides in Neptune Beach with his wife, Esther, and children, Dominic, age 18, and Lexie, age 7.  He graduated from the University of North Florida and St. Thomas University School of Law.

An attorney with two decades of legal experience, Cord has represented clients in both state and federal courts. He is one of only a few Firearms Law experts in Florida, representing clients in administrative and judicial proceedings. In addition, Cord donates hundreds of hours each year to pro-bono legal services and teaching other attorneys, individuals, businesses, and community groups about Constitutional rights and gun laws. As a sole practitioner in Jacksonville Beach since 2007, he also enjoys being a small business owner.

In the Florida House, Cord chairs the Higher Education and Career Readiness Committee and serves as Vice Chairman of the Public Integrity and Ethics Committee.

Throughout his life, Cord has served his community, State and Country. Teaching at risk youth at a public middle school, practicing law, speaking to civic groups, supporting veteran programs and helping legal immigrants become citizens, all prepared him for his current public service in the Florida Legislature.  Elected in 2016, he serves the 11th District in the Florida House of Representatives, which includes Nassau County and the coastline south to the Jacksonville Beaches.  Cord is dedicated to advancing sound policy and being accessible to his constituents.

Despite his busy schedule, Cord still makes time for devotion, reading, hunting, fishing, and enjoying the outdoors with his family. Cord and his wife Esther (who now serves on the Florida State School Board) grow their family spiritually at Community Presbyterian Church, where they both serve as Elders.

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