Florida Justice Association Congratulates Winning Champions for Civil Justice
Posted on November 10, 2016
The Florida Justice Association congratulates all of the winning legislative candidates it supported during the 2016 election cycle.
These strong champions for civil justice elected will work to keep the courthouse doors open to every day Floridians who need to hold irresponsible corporations and insurance interests accountable when they cause harm. We are proud to provide our support to these outstanding leaders and look forward to working with them as members of the Florida Legislature.
The Florida Justice Association is deeply grateful for its members who stepped up and participated in key races across Florida. Your involvement contributed greatly to our success.
The Florida Justice Association supported incoming Senate President Joe Negron and House Speaker Richard Corcoran and the next minority leaders of the House and Senate.
The Florida Justice Association is dedicated to strengthening and upholding Florida’s civil justice system and protecting the rights of Florida’s citizens and consumers.
The following is a partial list of other Florida Justice Association-supported candidates who will serve in the Florida Legislature:
District 11: Randolph Bracy
District 13: Linda Stewart
District 15: Victor Torres
District 19: Darryl Rouson
District 23: Greg Steube
District 30: Bobby Powell
District 31: Jeff Clemens
District 34: Gary Farmer
District 39: Anitere Flores
District 11: Cord Byrd
District 52: Thad Altman
District 53: Randy Fine
District 54: Erin Grall
District 59: Ross Spano
District 60: Jackie Toledo
District 61: Sean Shaw
District 65: Chris Sprowles
District 68: Ben Diamond
District 70: Wengay “Newt” Newton
District 72: Alex Miller
District 79: Matt Caldwell
District 86: Matt Willhite
District 88: Al Jacquet
District 104: Richard Stark
District 105: Carlos Trujillo
District 110: Jose Oliva
District 111: Brian Avila
District 112: Nick Duran
District 113: David Richardson
District 116: Jose Felix Diaz
District 120: Holly Raschein
This list does not include Florida Justice Association-supported lawmakers who ran unopposed. The new Florida Legislature will be sworn in on Nov. 22 during an organizational session in Tallahassee.
The Florida Justice Association wants to sincerely thank the members who gave of their time, talent and treasure to achieve these outstanding election results.
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We cannot afford to be bystanders this election cycle. It is too important for the future success of the FJA and for your practices. We will not see another opportunity like this for decades.
We are laying the groundwork for success in 2014 and future elections, not to mention the incredibly important reapportionment. It is absolutely critical that we have pro-justice legislators seated when reapportionment occurs. We cannot leave reapportionment in the hands of those who are unfriendly to the civil justice system. The fate of your clients and the future of your practices depend on it.