DAYTONA BEACH -- The lawmakers who helped carry the message of jobs in Tallahassee during the Volusia Days event at the state capitol were recognized this morning by the Daytona Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Deltona City Commissioner Webster Barnaby, shown at far left, and Volusia County Republican Party Executive Committee Chairman Tony Ledbetter, partially obscured in the inset picture, listen to a series of speakers during the Volusia Days event on the state capitol grounds in Tallahassee.
A recap of Volusia Days was the featured event at an "eggs and issues" breakfast at the LPGA clubhouse restaurant in Daytona Beach led by Jim Cameron, vice president of government relations for the Daytona Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Among the Volusia delegation taking to the podium to discuss the issues of the day were State Senators Dorothy Hukill and John Thrasher as well as State Representatives Dave Hood, David Santiago and Travis Hutson, all Republicans, and Dwayne Taylor, a Democrat.
State Rep. David Santiago shown at far left in the larger photo, leads discussion on a proposed expansion project for Daytona International Speedway that wasn't considered by the full House or Senate before the end of the legislative session earlier this month. In the inset photos, State Rep. Travis Hutson and State Sen. John Trasher address the Volusia County delegation visiting the state capitol for the annual Volusia Days trip, sponsored by the Daytona Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce.