Grant on The Record
Follow the Law
Grant’s opponent failed to disclose over a half million dollars in his FL DROP retirement account as is required by. To read the whole story, visit GrantMaloy.com/FollowTheLaw
Grant’s other opponent has a record of wasting thousands of our tax dollars on travel and furniture. Grant paid all travel out of his own pocket, not yours, and declined a public pension, saving taxpayers over $100,000.
Unlike both of his opponents, Grant has not sought the endorsements or support from judges, Sheriff, Public Defender or State Attorney. It’s important for the Clerk staff to remain neutral.
About Grant Maloy
- Grew up in Seminole County
- Married to wife Althea for 24 years
- Three children: Shane, Olivia and Bradley
- Active Church Member
- Volunteers in youth, music and homeless ministries
- Lake Howell High School Graduate
- Bachelors Degree from University of Florida
LOCAL BUSINESS OWNER
- Owner and operator of Gabriella Growers, a wholesale indoor foliage nursery.
- 2nd generation Seminole County businessman, providing jobs and paying taxes.
- Locally grown products shipped throughout the United States.
GRANT’S 4-for-4 PLAN
Four important goals for the next four years
Today we find many businesses making amazing improvements with technology to serve us better and save us time. From texts letting us know when a package has arrived, to more convenient ways to pay bills and easier ways to get information. Government should keep pace with these improvements.
- Have more options for making payments including debit and credit card.
- Create partnerships with businesses and agencies and use kiosk locations for closer locations and expanded hours.
2) Peace of Mind
Ensure the Clerk staff is expertly trained to answer your questions quickly and accurately, whether you call, text, email or chat online.
Using the web, social media, and apps to make it easier to access important information. and introduce an improved Case Maintenance System to make following your case easier.
4) Expand The Horizon
Use the expertise of the Comptroller office to educate local politicians on the most innovative ways to make government more efficient to save our tax dollars. Review the local economic impact of any new proposed taxes and regulations.