Washington, D.C. — Maggie’s List, a federal political action committee (PAC) dedicated to electing fiscally conservative women to federal office and statewide executive office, is proud to announce today that they have added State Representative Jeanette M. Nuñez and her campaign to be the next Lieutenant Governor of Florida to their list of endorsed candidates for the 2018 cycle.
StateRepresentative Jeanette Nuñez began serving the citizens of Florida in 2010 when she was elected to the Florida House of Representatives. She served in the FloridaHouse for four terms. In 2016, Representative Nuñez was named Speak Pro Tempore of the Florida House. She is currently the Vice Chair of the Appropriations Committee and serves on the Rules and Policy Committee. Representative Nuñez has remained active in her community through various local and professional organizations.
“Maggie’s List is thrilled to endorse Florida Representative Jeanette Nuñez for Lieutenant Governor of Florida. Jeanette knows first-hand the issues that directly impact the residents of the SunshineState,” states Maggie’s List National Chair and former elected FloridaSecretary of State, Sandra Mortham. “As a longtime supporter of Maggie’s List, Jeanette will uphold the Maggie’s List values of fiscal conservatism, strong national security, more personal responsibility and less government while servingFlorida as their Lieutenant Governor.”
“I’m humbled and honored to be endorsed byMaggie’s List, alongside some of the most influential women in elected office today. Here in Florida, we’re focused on building on the economic success of our state, empowering parents to make the best educational decisions for their children and protecting our environment for generations to come,” statesRepresentative Jeanette Nuñez, candidate endorsed by Maggie’s List.
Representative Nuñez is a proud graduate of Florida InternationalUniversity (FIU) and a lifetime member of the FIU Alumni Association. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Political Science, her Masters of Public Administration from FIU, and a Six Sigma Certificate from the University of Miami.