Florida Rep. Jason Brodeur (R), who served in the Florida House from 2010 to 2018, is currently making a bid for the Florida Senate, and he’s just enlisted support from Florida leadership that is sure to skyrocket his chances of winning a closely-watched election season in the state of Florida.
Making the announcement via a video this weekend, Brodeur announced that Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody (R) has endorsed him, and he has also received the endorsements from four members of the Seminole County School Board.
Moreover, he has also gained the endorsements from Seminole County Sheriff Dennis Lemma, former Seminole County Sheriff Don Eslinger, Volusia County Commissioner and former Sheriff Ben F. Johnson and seven local mayors.
Informing supporters that “our message is clearly resonating with people,” Brodeur provided a reminder of the attitude that he will bring to Tallahassee should he be elected to the Florida Senate.
“Reopening our economy safely so that it protects our health and our community, getting people back to work, term limits for politicians, and better pay for our teachers are common-sense goals that our community, and our state, are firmly behind,” said Brodeur.
Before being elected to the House in 2010, Brodeur was active in the political field, and his bio on his campaign website explains that Brodeur took “part in a number of conservative causes from the grassroots to federal level, working to ensure communication between voters and the public officials who represent them.”
As a member of the House, Brodeur “was tasked with leading several crucial committees, such as the Government Operations Subcommittee, the Health and Human Services Committee and the Health Care Appropriations Subcommittee.”
His policies include improving healthcare, reopening the economy, requiring term-limits, investing in Florida teachers, increasing access to quality education, protecting the environment, expanding vocational training, honoring veterans, implementing E-verify, supporting the rural boundary and protecting the 2nd Amendment.