SANTA ROSA BEACH — Bolstered by a Twitter following of nearly 105,000, South Walton attorney Daniel Uhlfelder has established what he calls "a hybrid super PAC" to take on people he refers to as bad actors.


"Make My Day PAC is an organization dedicated to the Americans who refuse to be silenced," a news release issued Tuesday morning said.


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Uhlfelder’s number one nemesis is former Arkansas governor and South Walton resident Mike Huckabee, who Uhlfelder claims filed a false bar complaint against him "in retaliation for Uhlfelder posting tweets critical of Huckabee."


Please consider retweeting and chipping in to our efforts to take these bad actors on: https://t.co/nyS52VuuQB

— Daniel Uhlfelder (@DWUhlfelderLaw) February 18, 2020

The news release said the PAC was founded in response to Huckabee’s bar complaint. It said the focus of the organization will be to speak out against bad actors, come to the aid of victims of bad actors and use social media and contributions to do good.


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Uhlfelder’s Twitter following jumped from about 400 to its present 104,800 after he went public with news of Huckabee filing the bar complaint. The two men are on opposite sides of the ongoing legal battle over access to Walton County’s beaches.


Efforts to reach Huckabee via email were unsuccessful. A return message indicated the former governor and presidential hopeful is traveling.


Huckabee’s bar complaint denounced Uhlfelder’s use of social media to disparage him as "entirely unprofessional and unethical."


"This is not a case in which an attorney is generally commenting about some public matter," Huckabee’s complaint said. "Rather, Mr. Uhlfelder is directly targeting me for harassment .... He has accused me of being a thief, disparaged me and my family, and continued to harass me even when I blocked his account."