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Logan Luse Announces Run for Florida State House District 33

Florida State House District 33 Candidate Logan Luse
March 5, 2023

Logan Luse announced on March 1st, 2023 his campaign for Florida State House District 33.

Luse is the Florida State Director for the American Conservation Coalition and Vice President of the Space Coast Young Republicans.

The American Conservation Coalition is a not for profit organization focused on Conservative leaning environmental policies that include conservation and use of the free market.

Luse also serves on many boards on the local and county level in Brevard County. He is the Parliamentarian for the Florida Young Republican and serves as the Chairman of the Young Republicans National Federation’s Legislative Affairs Committee.

“I know first-hand that freedom and opportunity create far better outcomes than mandates and government handouts,” Luse said. “Conservative values, faith, self-reliance, and hard work helped me overcome the circumstances of my childhood and are the values we need to focus on in Tallahassee.”

“I’ll work with Governor DeSantis to expand personal freedom, defend our constitutional rights, cut taxes, support our law enforcement officers, and eliminate indoctrination from Florida schools,” Luse continued.

Luse will be running against fellow Young Republican Chandler Langevin in the Republican Primary for Florida State House District 33.

Florida State House District 33 will be an open Seat with current State Representative Randy Fine (R-Melbourne Beach) terming out of the seat. Fine is running for Florida State Senate District 19 in the 2024 election, currently held by State Senator Debbie Mayfield, who is also terming out.

Mayfield previously represented Indian River County along side Brevard County until redistricting moved her State Senate District out of Indian River County.

Florida State House District 33 consists of Palm Bay, Melbourne, Melbourne Beach, West Melbourne and Malabar.

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