Business Voice In The News

Op-Ed: Training for Potential Candidates Coming This Fall, By Business Voice Executive Director Kathryn Rudloff June 23rd 2017

Guest Column: Concerns Remain as 2017 Legislative Session Wraps Up, By Business Voice Executive Director Kathryn Rudloff April 16th 2017

Guest Column: Talking Politics at Work And Empowering Employees, EDGE Column By Business Voice Executive Director Kathryn Rudloff February 26th 2017

Op-Ed: Business Voice Shocked by Todia, backs Foster, By Kathryn Rudloff October 23rd 2016

Guest Column: Cast an Informed Vote, By Kathryn Rudloff October 20th edition of Hometown News.  See Page 6&7.

Guest Column: Be a Part of The Process: Get Out And Vote, Edge Column by Business Voice Executive Director Kathryn Rudloff August 29th 2016

Press Release: Business Voice announces general election endorsements:  Mayfield, Foster and to support the 1/2 cent sales tax.

Post-Brexit: Being in the Know Matters, By Larry McIntyre  July 9th 2016

Business Voice Supports Tina Descovich for District Three School Board  June 9th 2016 By Space Coast Daily

Press Release Business Voice Announces Endorsement of Tina Descovich

Business Voice Announces Endorsement of Representatives Rene Plasencia in HD 50 and Tom Goodson in HD 51   May 27th 2016 By Wayne Price

Press Release Business Voice Announce of Goodson and Plasencia

Business Voice Announces Endorsement in Three County Commission Races and Two Legislative Races May 11th 2016 By Wayne Price

After extensive research and interview process, Business Voice Political Committee Board of Directors voted this month to support Rita Pritchett, Andrea Young and Kristine Isnardi in their bids to serve on the Brevard County Commission for Districts 1, 3 and 5, respectively. 

“Our organization is committed to supporting the most qualified candidates who will best serve the interests of the Space Coast region,” states the organization’s Chairman, Larry McIntyre.  “All three of these dynamic women have served as city councilwomen and are well versed in the needs facing our community.  We believe they will be effective Commissioners, able to offer pragmatic solutions and make tough decisions.” 

Women entrepreneurs need to be heard in the political arena – Edge Column by Business Voice Executive Director Kathryn Rudloff.  April 25, 2016

This week on “The Matt Reed Show,” Matt Reed talks politics with Kathryn Rudloff, the millennial behind Brevard Business Voice Political Committee. Video by Rob Landers. Posted March 9, 2016

Brevard Business Wants Smarter Politics  by Matt Reed

The Business Communities New Political Voice by Wayne Price

Members of the Brevard Political Action Committee. Left to right, Kimberly Meehan Agee, I. Wayne Cooper, Larry McIntyre, Travis Proctor, Kathryn Rudloff, and Frank Kaiser. They were meeting at the offices of Whitaker Cooper Financial Group, in Melbourne.
Members of the Brevard Political Action Committee. Left to right, Kimberly Meehan Agee, I. Wayne Cooper, Larry McIntyre, Travis Proctor, Kathryn Rudloff, and Frank Kaiser. They were meeting at the offices of Whitaker Cooper Financial Group, in Melbourne.