March Event

 Tuesday, March 5th
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

Rocco’s Tacos
5090 PGA Blvd.
Palm Beach Gardens

Join us to support
James D’Loughy


Candidate for Palm Beach Gardens City Council
James D’Loughy, a long-time resident of Palm Beach Gardens, has distinguished himself through a career marked by integrity, sound business sense, and community service. A lawyer of over 17 years, James is the founder of AdvisorLaw PLLC, a legal firm that represents clients in complex business matters. He helps individuals and small businesses alike protect their assets, resolve conflicts, and plan for a rainy day.
James’s knowledge of politics is informed by a degree in political science as well as experience working on Capitol Hill. However, it is his unmatched business acumen and expertise as a strong fiscal planner that set him apart from the competition when it comes to who can best manage the affairs of Palm Beach Gardens. Moreover, having worked on corporate transparency and compliance issues, James is ready to bring a new level of ethical governance to the Palm Beach Gardens City Council.
James lives with his wife, Anne Louise, his two daughters, Fredericka and Wilhelmina, and his newborn son, Maximilian, in the city, where he volunteers his time as a member of his
community’s governing body

“I’m running for City Council because I want Palm Beach Gardens to remain a thriving city where my children can grow up, work, and one day start families of their own. I believe deeply in civic service and want to fulfill this duty to my community by doing the real work that will bring in new business, maintain public services, and plan for the future. At a time when we need fresh thinking to get on track, we should not settle for old candidates who make careers out of name recognition. Local politics is serious business, and I am committed to providing the initiative, integrity, and work ethic that our residents deserve.”

—James D’Loughy

$25 suggested minimum contribution

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