- Reform the current Florida State Assessment for public schools to a more streamlined, student and school “friendly” system
- Advocate for Choice in education
- Reinstitute District Cost Differential in student funding to help our local public schools
- Expand Workforce Development and Technical programs in public schools
- Seek ways to enhance quality of living for seniors
- Lower costs of drugs through free-market principles of competition, reduce excess regulations, and pool buyer resources
- Create health saving plans options
- Fight against tax and hidden fee increases
- Improve education system to attract businesses to Florida
- Support policies that keep Florida competitive in an ever-increasing technical world
- Father to sons Anthony (23) and Michael (22)
- Small business creator/owner since 2006
- Teacher/Educator, “Beginning Teacher of the Year at Barbara Goleman High School” 1997
- Assistant Principal at Hialeah Middle, Lawton Chiles Middle, & American High School
- Master of Science Degree in Educational Leadership, Nova Southeastern University, 2000
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Biological Sciences, Florida International University, 1995
- Hialeah High School Graduate, Class of 1985
- Co-founder, Hialeah-Miami Lakes Republican Club
- Vice Chair, Miami-Dade County Community Council 5, 2015-Present
I am prepared to represent conservative values and our community’s needs in Tallahassee as your next State Representative. Please contribute to my campaign either by check or online. Thank you! – Alex Rizo
Make checks payable and mail to:
Alex Rizo Campaign
2600 South Douglas Road, Suite 900
Coral Gables, FL 33134
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