The attorney and community activist launches a campaign that will focus on jobs,
traffic congestion, and quality of life issues in a growing and complex district.
Tom Fabricio filed as a Republican candidate for State Representative in District 103, which includes portions of Broward and Miami-Dade Counties. The seat is currently held by Rep. Cindy Polo and is recognized as a key swing seat within the delegation.
“I am running for State Representative because I want to do my part to create economic opportunity, provide relief for seniors on fixed incomes, and address issues affecting our quality of life such as traffic congestion and affordable housing,” said candidate Tom Fabricio. “South Florida is a wonderful place, though with many challenges. I believe I have the record of experience to address those challenges and make this part of the state even better.”
Fabricio’s record of public service has been exemplary in the local community, having served as a Commissioner on the Broward County Charter Review Commission, a member of the City of Miramar’s Planning and Zoning Board, and a member of the Broward County Parks and Recreation Advisory Board. He is also a committee officer on the Florida Defense Lawyers Association and was pleased to be presented with the Volunteer Leader of the Year award by Hands On Miami, for his volunteer work with inner city and at-risk youth organizations. Tom serves on an advisory board for his alma mater, Marymount Manhattan College, and he is a member of the Hialeah-Miami Lakes Republican Club.
Fabricio earned his law degree from Nova Southeastern University and practices law in the field of insurance defense, where he defends small businesses and consumers against frivolous lawsuits.