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Florida Senate, District 7

After the redistricting process earlier this year, Florida Senate District 7 now covers all of Clay, Bradford and Alachua counties. 

With no incumbent in the race, Republican Rob Bradley and Democrat William Mazzola will skip the primary and will compete in the November General Election.

Scroll down to read about the candidates.

Rob Bradley

PARTY:  Republican

AGE:  41

FAMILY:  Married with 3 children (16, 14, 11)

OCCUPATION:  Managing partner/attorney, Kopelousos & Bradley, P.A.

EDUCATION:  Juris Doctor, University of Florida; Bachelor of science in telecommunication, University of Florida

POLITICAL EXPERIENCE:  Clay County Board of County Commissioners, 2007-2008; Board of Trustees, St. Johns River State College, 2009-present

WHAT DO YOU SEE AS THE TOP THREE ISSUES IN THIS RACE?

  1. Job Creation/Economy
  2. Education
  3. Infrastructure

HOW DO YOU THINK YOU CAN HELP VOTERS IN A WAY OTHERS IN THIS RACE CAN'T?

  • "I am a conservative with a proven track record of support for less government, lower taxes and more freedom."

WHAT WOULD YOU HOPE TO BE REMEMBERED FOR ACCOMPLISHING AFTER SERVING IN THIS OFFICE?

  • "As an effective leader that helped create job and improve Florida's economy."

CAMPAIGN WEBSITE:  ElectBradley.com | Facebook.com/RobBradleyForFloridaSenate | TWITTER:  @electbradley

William Mazzota

PARTY:  Democratic

POLITICAL EXPERIENCE:  Presently attending University of Florida in environmental science/agricultural and natural resource law an political science

FACEBOOK:Facebook.com/mazzota2012 | TWITTER:@Mazzota2012

This candidate has not responded to WJXT/News4Jax.com's questionnaire.

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