Senators

Senator Rick ScottSenator Rick Scott

Rick Scott was elected to the United States Senate in 2018 and is currently serving his first term representing the state of Florida. 

Prior to his election to the U.S. Senate, Rick Scott served two terms as the 45th Governor of Florida, working every day to turn around Florida's economy and secure the state's future as the best place for families and businesses to succeed. 

Biography

Scott grew up in public housing in the Midwest as his adoptive father, a World War II veteran and truck driver, and his mother, a store clerk, struggled to financially support their family. After marrying his high school sweetheart, Ann, Scott joined the Navy, where he served active duty as a radar man aboard the USS Glover. He used the G.I. Bill to attend the University of Missouri, Kansas City, and eventually opened his first business - a donut shop. Scott went on to run the world's largest healthcare company and continues to fight every day so families across the state can have the same opportunities he had to live the American dream.

Contact Information

West Palm Beach
415 Clematis Street
Suite 201
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Phone: 561-514-0189

Washington, D.C.
716 Hart
Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Phone: 202-224-5274
Rick Scott Website

Senator Marco RubioSenator Marco Rubio

Marco Rubio was elected to the U.S. Senate representing Florida in 2010. After an unsuccessful bid for the Republican presidential nomination, he was re-elected to the Senate in 2016.

Public Service

Rubio began his life in public service in 1998 by winning a seat on the West Miami City Commission. Before long, he made his ascent into state politics. Rubio was victorious in his bid for the Florida House of Representatives in 1999. He quickly established himself as a political force with the legislature, becoming the majority leader in 2003 and then speaker of the House three years later.

On September 13, 2005, at age 34, [42] Rubio became speaker after State Representatives Dennis Baxley, Jeff Kottkamp, and Dennis A. Ross dropped out. He was sworn in a year later, in November 2006. He became the first Cuban American to be speaker of the Florida House of Representatives and would remain speaker until November 2008.

Contact Information

Miami Office
8669 NW 36th Street
Suite 110
Doral, FL 33166
Phone: 305-418-8553

Washington Office
284 Russell
Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Phone: 202-224-304
Marco Rubio Website