Florida Chamber Endorses a Bipartisan List of Nine Senate Candidates and 24 House Candidates Running for Election This Year

The Florida Chamber of Commerce is again uniting Florida’s business community to help make Florida more competitive, and today endorsed a bipartisan list of nine Senate candidates and 24 House candidates running for election this year.

“Florida continues its growth at a rapid pace – with nearly 1,000 net new residents relocating to Florida every single day. While Florida continues its growth, we need strong leadership with bold and fresh ideas to continue championing economic freedom and a vibrant quality of life,” said Mark Wilson, President and CEO, Florida Chamber of Commerce. “The Florida Chamber has put forth a strategic plan to make Florida a top ten global economy by 2030 and we trust that these candidates will keep us on a pathway to get there. This year, we’re proud to stand alongside these candidates for the Florida House and Senate; putting our experience behind getting them elected.”

District 2: Jay Trumbull
District 3: Corey Simon
District 4: Clay Yarborough
District 11: Blaise Ingoglia
District 12: Colleen Burton
District 14: Jay Collins
District 18: Nick DiCeglie
District 38: Alexis Maria Calatayud
District 39: Bryan Avila*

House of Representatives:
District 3: Joel Rudman
District 6: Griff Griffitts
District 8: Gallop P. Franklin
District 15: Dean Black
District 17: Jessica Baker
District 30: Chase Tramont
District 34: Robert Brackett
District 36: Rachel Plakon
District 37: Susan Plasencia
District 41: Bruce H. Antone
District 47: Dan Marquith
District 50: Jennifer Canady
District 52: John Temple
District 53: Jeff Holcomb
District 55: Kevin M. Steele
District 56: Brad Yeager
District 57: Adam Anderson*
District 60: Audrey Henson
District 62: Wengay “Newt” Newton
District 77: Tiffany Esposito
District 101: Todd Delmay
District 113: Vicki Lopez
District 115: Alina Garcia
District 119: Juan Carlos Porras

*These candidates have been elected due to no candidate qualifying to oppose them. The Florida Chamber endorses their candidacy for the Florida Legislature.

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