Support for Matt Spritz’s bid for House District 89 continues to grow as Fine is
the latest in a series of House Republicans to throw their support behind him.
The Matt Spritz Campaign today announced the endorsement of State Representative Randy Fine, who represents District 53 in the Florida House of Representatives. Fine is the latest of a growing number of House Republicans backing Spritz’s bid for the District 89 seat.
“Matt Spritz has the energy and the conservative convictions to really make a difference in the legislature,” said Fine. “Matt understands the impact that state government has on people’s lives, and I look forward to having him in Tallahassee to work with him on policies that will reduce taxes and make it easier for Florida’s families to get ahead.”
A highly successful businessman, Fine was elected to the Florida House last year. He is the Vice Chair of the Careers and Competition Subcommittee, a member of the Commerce Committee, and the Vice Chair of the Brevard Legislative Delegation. He also serves on the Joint Legislative Auditing Committee, the Natural Resources and Public Lands Subcommittee, and the Transportation and Tourism Appropriations Subcommittee.
Notably, Fine is the only Jewish Republican currently serving in Florida’s legislature. If elected, Spritz would become the second.
“I’m honored to have Representative Fine’s support,” said Spritz. “I appreciate his commitment to working in the Florida House to spur economic growth, boost job creation, and implement common-sense education reforms like school choice. I look forward to working closely with him.”
Fine joins Representatives Byron Donalds, Tom Leek, Bobby Payne, and Bob Rommel, as well as former Representative Alex Miller, who have also endorsed Spritz.
Born and raised in South Florida, Spritz graduated Phi Beta Kappa with high honors from Emory University and from New York University School of Law in New York City. He practiced corporate and business law in New York City and later in South Florida before committing himself to public service in the Florida House.
House District 89 covers coastal portions of Palm Beach County spanning from Singer Island to Boca Raton, which has the largest concentration of voters. Thirty-six percent of registered voters in the district are Republicans, while Democrats make up 33 percent, and voters with minor or no party affiliation 31 percent.