Treasure Coast’s US Rep. Brian Mast, Brightline exec clash over public money for railroad

From Florida Politics: “The Treasure Coast’s U.S. Rep. Brian Mast and a key railroad executive behind the proposed Brightline high-speed train clashed in Congress Thursday with Mast contending the company is getting public tax dollar subsidies despite claims to the contrary. The broader picture is of a battle … Click here to read more

Martin County’s US Congressman Brian Mast: ‘Why I have tears every Memorial Day’

US Representative Brian Mast (18th District) served in the U.S. Army from 2000 to 2011, and asks on Memorial Day to “please join me in memory of the absolute best men and women that each of us has ever known and in celebration of the freedom they sacrificed to protect … Click here to read more

U.S. Congress hopeful Brian Mast moves to Palm City

“Standard Pacific of Florida sold Mast a house at 3045 NW Radcliffe Way in unincorporated Palm City for $712,505, on September 19. Most houses around Mast’s are for sale for up to $3 million, and the new development boasts river and ocean access, and access to two world-class golf clubs,” according to Jose Lambiet’s Gossip Extra … Click here to read more

New York Times: Combat veteran from the Treasure Coast runs for Congress

“Brian Mast, an Army veteran who lost both legs while serving in Afghanistan, is campaigning for the United States House of Representatives. Mr. Mast is one of 11 candidates over all for the seat now held by Representative Patrick Murphy … Click here to read more