Throughout his time in the Florida House, Representative Jason Brodeur was tasked with leading several crucial committees, such as the Government Operations Subcommittee, the Health and Human Services Committee and the Health Care Appropriations Subcommittee.

Jason was elected to the Florida Senate in 2020. He has since been an extraordinarily effective lawmaker, sending over 20 bills to Governor’s DeSantis’s desk. This legislation includes expansions to the Right To Farm Act, more protections for foster children, the establishment of a statewide Office of Resilience to combat sea-level rise, additional homestead tax exemptions for teachers and First Responders, increasing access to mental health resources, and much more. In 2021 voted Jason Brodeur voted to ban vaccine mandates in Florida.

Jason has been recognized for his legislative achievements by many of the state’s leading advocacy groups. Recent awards and accolades include:

- A+ From Foundation for Florida’s Future 2022
- Clean Energy Champion, CCE 2021
- A+ Champion For Freedom, Americans For Prosperity, 2021
- Florida Home Builders Association, Champion of Housing, 2021

Before serving in the Florida legislature, Brodeur worked for Procter & Gamble for nearly 12 years before starting his own local health care consulting business headquartered in Sanford, Florida.  His experience as a local business owner and community leader inspired him to run for State Representative in Florida House District 28, and his positive track record earned the support of voters for his reelection every year since. Now Jason Brodeur has announced his campaign for the Florida Senate, where he’ll continue to fight for the important issues facing Central Florida residents.

Jason continued to be involved in his community by serving on the City of Sanford Charter Review Board and the Seminole County Planning and Zoning Commission. In both roles Jason took an active part of helping shape our local community, and prepared him for his tenure on the Governor-appointed Medicaid Pharmaceutical and Therapeutics Committee.

Jason has also been active in a number of community organizations and is currently President/CEO of the Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce. Other community organization involvement include his membership on the Board of Directors for Community Based Care of Seminole County, as a volunteer for the Seminole County Div-i-dend.