Florida House of Representatives

08/14/2010 3:01 PM

08/21/2010 3:20 PM

State Representive: District 90

    Sheldon ‘Klassy’ Klasfeld (D) Klasfeld is the principal of Academic High School

    Irving ‘Irv’ Slosberg (D) Slosberg is a former legislator.

State Representive: District 91

State Representive: District 92

State Representive: District 94

State Representive: District 104

    Dominique Simon (D)Simon is a Broward County teacher.

State Representive: District 107

State Representive: District 108

    Ronald A. Brisé (D) Brisé is the incumbent representative for District 108. He has worked as a teacher and COO of a company.

State Representive: District 109

    Bernadine Bush (D) Bush is a Miami-Dade teacher and incumbent James Bush's wife.

    Roy Hardemon (D) Hardemon is a local politico who has run for the state House four times.

State Representive: District 112

    Jeanette Nunez (R) Nunez is vice president of external affairs for Kendall Regional Medical Center and Aventura Hospital and Medical Center.

State Representive: District 114

    Robert ‘Bob’ Blanco (D) Blanco is the southern regional director of the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers.

    Millie Herrera (D) Herrera is a marketing and business consultant who served on the Kendall Community Council from 2003 to 2006.

State Representive: District 115

    Carla Ascencio Savola (R) Savola is a law firm office manager who fought against the drive to incorporate East Kendall and has served on the Community Council.

    Jose Felix Diaz (R) Diaz is a lawyer who formerly served on the Coral Gables Community Relations Board.

State Representive: District 116

    Whilly Bermudez (R) Bermudez owns an advertising firm and ran for the Miami-Dade Commission in 2008.

State Representive: District 117

    Michael Bileca (R) Bileca owns a company that manages dental practices for doctors throughout Florida.

State Representive: District 118

State Representive: District 120

    Matt Gardi (R) Gardi has lived in the Keys for seven years and works as information-systems director for the state attorney's office.

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