A New Generation of Leadership

Welcome to the campaign to #FlipFL15!

Veteran US Navy Officer, owner of a neighborhood learning center, and district native, Andrew is running for Congress to fight for a better Florida.


“The era of the divisive politics of the past is over, it’s time we start looking forward to find solutions, to solve problems, and invest in our future here along I-4.” -Andrew

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Andrew has served 8-years and made three deployments to the Middle East as an officer in the US Navy. He’s led small teams on missions combating Somali piracy, led planning efforts at the strategic level, and has received the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for his service.


Once Andrew transferred to the reserve force, he opened the Valrico GradePower Learning center, a neighborhood learning center that helps kids catch-up and get ahead in school.


Andrew is from here in Valrico, graduated high school in Fort Myers, and attended the University of Tampa where he studied economics and political science.


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Florida-15 represents the eastern Tampa suburbs, the western Orlando suburbs, and the I-4 corridor of Lakeland and Plant City in between. It stretches from Temple Terrance and Progress Village in the West to Clermont and the Four Corners in the East.


This is one of the top three most flippable districts in the state of Florida. This will be a front-line target in the race to win back the House in 2018.


Learn more about the race to #FlipFL15 here.

“The best way to move the progressive agenda forward is through bold ideas
backed by an untiring, pragmatic, march towards progress.” – Andrew


Andrew is running on a platform of trying to move past the divisive politics that have prevented his predecessor from getting anything done during his 7-years in DC. He believes in fighting for working families, investing in our community, and standing up for our values: feeding the hungry, caring for the sick, and treating people fairly.


Find out his positions on various issues here.