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September 22, 2017

Florida Lawmakers

The Freshman Class

The Florida House gets 35 new members. All seven new senators served in the House. Here's a roundup.

Amy Keller | 1/1/2009

» Kevin Rader (D), 40, insurance agent/business owner; District 78 — parts of Martin, Okeechobee, Palm Beach, St. Lucie

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Ray
» Lake Ray (R), 52, civil engineer; District 17 — part of Duval

» Ronald “Doc” Renuart (R), 45, osteopathic physician; District 18 — parts of Duval,
St. Johns

» Kenneth “Ken” Roberson (R), 65, funeral director; District 71 — parts of Charlotte, Lee, Sarasota

» Hazelle “Haza” Rogers (D), 56, mortgage professional/loan officer; District 94 — part of Broward

» Kelli Stargel (R), 42, investment property manager; District 64 — part of Polk

» Richard Steinberg (D), 36, attorney; District 106 — part of Miami-Dade

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Taylor

» Dwayne Taylor (D), 41, writer/producer; District 27 — part of Volusia

» John Tobia (R), 31, college professor; District 31 — part of Brevard

» Charles E. Van Zant (R), 65, architect; District 21 — Putnam and parts of Bradford, Clay, Lake, Marion, Volusia

» Michelle Rehwinkel Vasilinda (D), 48, attorney/college professor; District 9 — parts of Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon

» Michael “Mike” Weinstein (R), 59, president, Take Stock in Children; District 19 — parts of Clay, Duval, St. Johns

» Alan Williams (D), 33, marketing and business consultant; District 8 — parts of Gadsden, Leon

» John Wood (R), 56, attorney, Realtor, CEO, John Wood Enterprises; District 65 — part of Polk

» Ritch Workman (R), 35, mortgage broker; District 30 — part of Brevard

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