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- Republican Member of the Florida House of Representatives, elected 2020
- City of Sweetwater Commissioner, Elected in 2017
- T&G Constructors, Inc., Project & Estimating Coordinator, June 2017
- State Representative Carlos Trujillo Reelection (Republican, District 111), Campaign Manager, March 2016 to November 2016
- City of Sweetwater, Grants Administrator, October 2011 to March 2016
- Masters in Business Administration, Florida International University, Miami, FL, May 2017
- Bachelor of Arts & Sciences (Major in Political Science; Minor in Economics), Florida International University, Miami, FL, December 2012
- Florida League of Cities Land Use and Economic Development Committee, Member. 2018-2019
- Certificate in Construction Management, Miami-Dade College, 2017
- Certificate in Municipal Finance, Florida League of Cities, 2013
- Urban Land Institute, Member
Why I’m Running
Fight for Residents, Not Special Interests
Our State Legislature needs proven leaders that will not compromise conservative principles or forget the constituents they serve. Residents from Southern Florida demand their representatives reduce the oppressive burden of the cost of living and restore moral values. There is a genuine and valid distrust in government while residents struggle to pay rent, taxes, healthcare, and transportation expenses.
As a product of Miami-Dade’s public school system, I understand the needs and improvements required to make Florida the most-competitive education system in the country. We need to provide additional funding and support to make Florida’s schools safer and more competitive. We must build upon past Legislative successes in empowering parents by giving them school choices and charter school options.
Florida ranks among the best states to conduct business thanks to conservative, pro-business tax policies. I will fight to continue to reduce unnecessary business taxes and regulations. Serving as a City Commissioner, I understand the difficulty businesses face in incorporating, licensing and conducting business. Business taxes and fees in local communities need to be made uniform, predictable and unoppressive as a cost of doing business. For example, by limiting the amounts of permitting fees for the overall cost of construction and development of projects in local communities, the cost savings will be realized by consumers and help people realize the American dream of owning a home. As a pro-business conservative, I will ensure businesses have the best environment to grow and prosper.
Protect Our Values
Religious freedom is under assault and gravely at-risk in our state and nation. While freedom of speech and religious freedom are being attacked by the liberal media and liberal special interests, additional protections need to be established to ensure churches, synagogues and religious organizations do not lose their tax-exempt status and are able to practice their faiths and express their values without intervention from the government. Too many of our nation’s children suffer from fatherlessness. According to one national statistic, 24.7 million children (33%) live absent their biological father. I will work to establish criminal penalties for fathers in Florida who abandon their children or leave the responsibility of parenthood to single mothers. Florida is a hotspot for Homeless veterans, housing approximately seventeen percent of all homeless veterans in our nation. In the Legislature, I will sponsor legislation to eliminate veteran homelessness in Florida.
State Representative David Borrero supporting his community during Hurricane Irma.
Please give me the opportunity to represent our conservative values and our community’s needs in Tallahassee. It takes financial resources to communicate my message to the voters. Please consider contributing to my campaign either by check or online. Thank you! State Representative David Borrero, Republican
Make checks payable and mail to:
David Borrero Campaign
11369 NW 7th St., Apt 204,
Sweetwater, FL 33172
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