SANFORD (FLV) – Senator Jason Brodeur won against opponent Joy Goff-Marcil in the Senate District 10 race.
“I am incredibly honored to have again earned the support of the hardworking people of Senate District 10. Together, we have worked to lower taxes, protect our environment, keep our children safe, expand school choice, and protect freedom for all,” Brodeur said.
“Floridians sent a clear message tonight about who we are as a state and the values we hold dear by rejecting the radical ideologies being pushed by the fringe: abortion without limits, indoctrination in our classrooms, lockdowns, mandates and defunding the police. I look forward to continuing the fight on behalf of our families and businesses – tonight we celebrate and tomorrow we get to work for Florida!”
Brodeur previously served in the House of Representatives from 2010 to 2018 and has served in the Senate since 2020. Brodeur also serves as the President and CEO of the Seminole County Chamber, which advocates for pro-business practices in Seminole County and across the State of Florida.
Joy Goff-Marcil is a Democrat member of the Florida House of Representatives representing district 30, which includes parts of Seminole County and Orange County. Previously she served for six years on the Maitland City Council.
Brodeur has been recognized for his legislative achievements by many of the state’s leading advocacy groups. He has been named a distinguished advocate by the Florida Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber also named him to their Honor Roll. The Associated Builders and Contractors have twice honored Brodeur as a “Friend of Free Enterprise,” and he was named as the Seminole County Bar Association and Legal Aid Society’s legislator of the year in 2012. Brodeur was also named the 2015 Florida Legislator of the Year by the Florida Coalition for Children.
Brodeur’s focal points as Florida State Senate are to stop inflation and empower small businesses. Brodeur is against lockdown mandates and wants to ensure Florida stays open and prosperous. His other agenda items are to improve education and to raise teachers’ salaries. He campaigned on his record of past results on his website.
Goff-Marcil’s priorities have been to combat climate change and create funding for jobs in solar energy. Her priorities also include protecting public schools. Goff-Marcil introduced a bill in the State House that would prohibit charter schools from operating as for-profit entities. Other priorities of Goff-Marcil’s campaign have been to defend reproductive freedom, “common sense gun legislation,” and to provide affordable healthcare to more Floridians.
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