Mayoral Candidate Dustin Daniels Received FSU Skybox Ticket From “Mike Miller allotment.”

Mayoral Candidate Dustin Daniels Received FSU Skybox Ticket From “Mike Miller allotment.”

Emails show that Adam Corey, while lobbying before the city of Tallahassee, offered a football ticket to Andrew Gillum’s chief of staff at the time, Dustin Daniels. Daniels is now a candidate for mayor of Tallahassee.

It appears the ticket was paid for by Mike Miller, the undercover FBI agent who was in Tallahassee posing as a developer.

Back in January TR reported that sources had confirmed that Daniels had “received free football tickets from city lobbyist and city vendor Adam Corey during the 2016 season.”

An email, shown below, indicates that Adam Corey directed one of his associates to “please give Dustin Daniels the 4th and only remaining ticket in Mike Millers allotment for the Clemson Game.”

4 Responses to "Mayoral Candidate Dustin Daniels Received FSU Skybox Ticket From “Mike Miller allotment.”"

  1. tallytrue   October 26, 2018 at 12:59 pm

    arguably one of the most dishonest/unethical individuals to ever serve in city hall. another cheap offbrand adam coreyesque hack- the mayor would be smart to cut him off.

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  2. Tally’s Corrupt   October 26, 2018 at 3:03 pm

    With Fernandez hit with and admitting to 20 ethics violations and including the Skybox ‘$99 (Reese Goad’s Special Assessment) Charity’ Ticket issues; isn’t this the exact same tickets for free issues with Daniels AND COT Human Resource Director Ellen Blair and Vicki Montgomery? Where did Gillum get his Skybox ticket from? Keep in mind this is just one of the home games, btw. Hey isn’t the Clemson game – coincidentally tomorrow (10/26/18) So who will be joining Rick Fernandez, Dusty, Gillum and Corey?

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  3. News Maven   October 26, 2018 at 8:47 pm

    The Democrap kids will be too busy shooting their “FanCam” to focus in on Adam’s skybox to see who’s back-slapping whom.

    So don’t you worry, Reese!

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  4. Hope   October 27, 2018 at 10:36 pm

    John Dailey has run a good campaign and is in tune with where the city is at and what is needed to move forward in a positive direction.

    What is really refreshing is that he has emerged during this campaign independently and not catered to party Insiders.

    I believe Dailey will win handily.

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