At least three newly elected Florida House members have opened campaign accounts this week to run again in 2024, according to the state Division of Elections website.
Rep. Joel Rudman, R-Navarre, opened an account Wednesday to seek re-election in House District 3 in Okaloosa and Santa Rosa counties.
Rudman defeated a write-in candidate in the Nov. 8 election. Meanwhile, Rep. Dean Black, R-Jacksonville, opened an account this week to seek re-election in House District 15 in Duval and Nassau counties.
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Like Rudman, Black defeated a write-in candidate in last month’s election.
Also, Rep. LaVon Bracy Davis, D-Ocoee, opened an account to run again in Orange County’s House District 40. She handily defeated Republican Nate Robertson in the Nov. 8 election.