Champion for Agriculture and Servant Leadership, Announces Run for Melbourne City Council.

Located in the Historical Downtown Melbourne, the heart of local small business, Logan announced his run for Melbourne City Council.

Melbourne, FL - August 24, 2020 --- In the heart of Melbourne's small businesses, Logan Luse announced his Campaign for election to the Melbourne City Council, District 5 seat. Logan's platform includes three vital actions that he will champion throughout his four year team as a member on the council. He is looking forward to advancing our businesses, cultivating a healthy environment and strengthening our community.

“As your next Melbourne City Council member, I am very excited to advance our businesses, cultivate a health environment and strengthen our community.”

Logan champions the cause of the agriculture industry through his work with the Florida Farm Bureau Federation, a not-for-profit organization. In his role, he works hand in hand with our farmers, ranchers, and cattlemen as well as business leaders and environmental agencies to facilitate the growth of one of our most vital industries.

His work in this sector has given Logan the skills needed to be an effective leader and voice for the people. He specializes in grassroots outreach, helping seven surrounding counties manage their organizations and work with state agencies. Logan has previous experience in marketing where he learned to develop relationships within the business and non-profit sectors with groups like the University of Florida, Relay for Life and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

His platform will allow the City of Melbourne to increase our economy after such an uncertain year, battle the ever increasing environmental impacts to our lagoon and focus on creating a community that our citizens can continue to be a positive and productive workforce.

Logan encourages us to take part in this year's vital election that takes place on November 3rd, 2020.

Please contact Logan Luse if you have any questions or comments about his campaign for Melbourne City Council, District 5 seat. Contact and donation information can be found at

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