A Pasco County government and governmental issues educator is taking her illustrations to the powerful in a nearby School Board race.

Jessica Jecusco, a Florida Virtual School educator who lives in Land O'Lakes, has documented a grievance with the Florida Elections Commission charging that District 1 up-and-comer Al Hernendez ought to be precluded from the Aug. 23 voting form. 

She guarantees that he didn't live in the east Pasco district by the June 17 qualifying cutoff time, as legally necessary.

Jecusco said she read about the conceivable qualification issue in a Tampa Bay Times article, and afterward started exploring what is going on and expected arrangements.

"There's nothing about it that appears as though he's going to live there. Furthermore, in the event that he hasn't lived there, he doesn't have the foggiest idea about local people and their interests," she said. "It just ground my cog wheels."

Hernandez said he had not seen the objection, which the Elections Commission would forward to him inside five working long stretches of getting it. He would have 14 days after that to answer.

The Commission would survey the grumbling for lawful adequacy and, whenever justified, lead an examination. In the event that it finds reasonable justification,

 it would carry the make a difference to a formal proceeding. The Commission doesn't make some set memories outline for such activities.

Hernandez has demanded he found a way every one of the legitimate ways to live inside District 1 sooner rather than later. He bought a home in Zephyrhills in April in the wake of reporting his bid, however said his arrangements to move in were deferred by remodels.

Hernandez said was frustrated yet not astonished at the move. As the up-and-comer with the most cash and high profile supports, including that of Gov. Ron DeSantis, the Humana local leader has had an objective on his back all through crusade season.

"It simply is garbage. It's governmental issues and it's normal," Hernandez said. "I will zero in on the mission. This is about the offspring of Pasco. I'm not doing it for greatness or inner self."

Jecusco said she saw the matter as a basic one of observing the law.

She said she had trusted the district decisions office would make a move on the issue, taking into account all competitors make a vow insisting the data they give about their missions is honest. That incorporates residency.

"How could it be his pledge can be treated in a serious way?" she inquired.
However, with the neighborhood office serving in a simply ecclesiastical job,

Jecusco went rather to the state Elections Commission. She said she counseled momentarily with the spouse of District 1 applicant James Washington prior to recording the administrative work.