Why I'm Running
I am running for office to move Florida forward. The actual youth unemployment rate is 15.8%; the average UCF student graduates with $20,000 in debt; and insurance costs have increased by 39% for individuals and 56% for families since February 2013. I am concerned that if this becomes the new norm, the innovation and potential of the millennial generation will be stifled by chronically low expectations. The time-tested principals of limited government and personal responsibility, while being in sharp contrast to the Democrats’ failed policies, will move Florida forward and improve the lives of its diverse citizens.
Republican for Florida House of Representatives District 49
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Jesse Phillips is a Health Information Technology Director for an independent medical center in Orlando who led a statewide effort to educate voters on the records of Florida Supreme Court merit retention candidates from 2010-2012. He is also a member of an Orlando-area anti-human trafficking task force, spearheading its student mobilization initiative. He is a UCF graduate, twelve-year central Florida resident, and a proud husband and father of three sons.