FL-15: Ross Spano (R)
As a State Representative, Ross has been a consistent voice for families and small businesses, advocating for less regulation, lower taxes, higher paying jobs and safer communities.
He has fought to protect the most vulnerable among us, striving to eliminate human trafficking in Florida while punishing those who exploit children, attempt to defraud our seniors or target our Veterans.
A loving husband, father and grandfather, Ross is ready to continue his service now in Congress. As your Congressman, he will continue to fight for families and small businesses. He will lower healthcare costs while restoring the Doctor-Patient relationship. He will make the recent middle class tax cuts permanent, allowing you to keep more of your hard earned money, and will reduce burdensome regulations on small businesses, allowing them to invest, grow and create jobs.
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