Looks Forward To Working with Spritz in
the Palm Beach County Delegation Next Year
Matt Spritz announced today that Republican State Representative Rick Roth has endorsed his campaign for the State House. Notably, Roth is one of only two non-term limited Republican State Representatives from Palm Beach County currently serving in the Florida House.
“I proudly endorse Matt Spritz for State Representative,” said Roth. “I’ve had the pleasure of working with Matt in Tallahassee for some time, and I’ve seen firsthand his dedication to our community and his tireless work ethic. The people of House District 89 will be well served having Matt represent them in Tallahassee, and I’m looking forward to working closely with him as part of our legislative delegation for the benefit of all Palm Beach County next year.”
“I’m honored to have the support of Representative Roth,” said Spritz. “He’s a local small business owner who understands our community, and why it’s so important to promote policies that shrink government, grow our economy, and create jobs. I’m really looking forward to continuing to work closely with him in the Florida House.”
Roth joins a growing number of current and former state and local elected officials who have endorsed Spritz, including former U.S. Senator George LeMieux, former State Senator Ellyn Bogdanoff, State Representatives Byron Donalds, Randy Fine, Jason Fischer, Joe Gruters, Tom Leek, Bobby Payne, and Bob Rommel, former State Representative Alex Miller, former Town of Palm Beach Councilman Bill Diamond, and former Town of Manalapan Mayor David Cheifetz.
Representative Rick Roth is a native of Palm Beach County, a husband, father and grandfather, a 3rd generation farmer, and a 32-year small business owner. He is currently serving his first term in the Florida House, as the Representative from District 85, which includes large portions of northern Palm Beach County.
Born and raised in South Florida, Matt Spritz graduated Phi Beta Kappa with high honors from Emory University and from New York University School of Law in New York. He practiced corporate and business law in New York 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.