Clerk of Court Grant Maloy Joins Seminole County Sheriff, Property Appraiser and Tax Collector In Supporting Brodeur’s Campaign 

Representative Jason Brodeur announced today that Seminole County Clerk of Court Grant Maloy has endorsed his campaign for State Senate. Maloy joins Sheriff Dennis Lemma, Property Appraiser David Johnson, and Tax Collector Joel Greenberg as the fourth out of five constitutional officers in Seminole County to endorse his campaign. 

“I’m proud to offer my endorsement of Jason Brodeur’s campaign for State Senate,” said Maloy. “On numerous occasions, Jason has led successful fights to reform and improve our court systems, including passing landmark legislation to allow service and therapy dogs in our courtrooms. I’m confident he will continue this great work in the Senate.” 

“Jason is a proven leader with lifelong ties to our community,” said Lemma. “He’s a tireless advocate for our most vulnerable citizens and we can count on him to keep fighting for us in Tallahassee.”

“Seminole County residents and businesses have benefitted from Jason’s leadership in the Florida Legislature,” said Johnson. “Whether fighting to uphold the rights of property owners or advocating for fiscally responsible state spending, Jason has helped to make sure the American Dream is alive in our community.” 

“Jason is a friend of mine who I trust to protect our tax dollars in the Florida Legislature,” said Greenberg. “Seminole County is one of the most prosperous in the entire state because of our pro-business environment and our commitment to low taxes, and I’m confident Jason will defend those values in the State Senate.”

“It is an honor to have the endorsement of these incredible local leaders,” said Brodeur. “Christy and I are proud to call Seminole County our home, and I look forward to working closely with all of our locally elected officials to ensure our community remains the greatest place to live in our state.” 

Brodeur was born in Daytona Beach, Florida and graduated from Oviedo High School. After working for Procter and Gamble for 11 years, Jason started his own health care consulting company headquartered in Sanford, Florida and is currently President/CEO of the Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce. Rep. Brodeur served as Chair of the Health and Human Services Committee in 2015 and 2016 and as Chairman of the House Health Care Appropriations Subcommittee in 2017 and 2018.

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