Florida’s Education Report Card recognizes policymakers who took bold action to pass student-centered legislation during the 2019 legislative session.

First NameLast NameScoreGradePartyDistrictCity
BenAlbritton100%AR26Bartow
DennisBaxley104%A+R12Lady Lake
AaronBean100%AR4Jacksonville
LizbethBenacquisto100%AR27Ft. Myers
LoriBerman78%CD31Boynton Beach
LaurenBook74%CD32Plantation
RandolphBracy86%BD11Orlando
RobBradley90%AR5Orange Park
JeffBrandes104%A+R24St. Petersburg
OscarBraynon II75%CD35Miami Gardens
DougBroxson100%AR1Pensacola
JanetCruz79%CD18Tampa
MannyDiaz, Jr.105%A+R36Hialeah Gardens
GaryFarmer, Jr.75%CD34Fort Lauderdale
AnitereFlores100%AR39Miami
GeorgeGainer100%AR2Panama City
BillGalvano110%A+R21Bradenton
AudreyGibson73%CD6Jacksonville
JoeGruters100%AR23Sarasota
GayleHarrell95%AR25Stuart
EdHooper100%AR16Palm Harbor
TravisHutson110%A+R7Palm Coast
TomLee91%AR20Brandon
DebbieMayfield100%AR17Melbourne
BillMontford80%BD3Quincy
KathleenPassidomo100%AR28Naples
KeithPerry104%A+R8Gainesville
JasonPizzo73%CD38Miami
BobbyPowell73%CD30West Palm Beach
KevinRader71%CD29Boca Raton
Jose JavierRodriguez71%CD37Miami
DarrylRouson73%CD19St. Petersburg
DavidSimmons100%AR9Longwood
WiltonSimpson100%AR10Spring Hill
KelliStargel105%A+R22Lakeland
LindaStewart73%CD13Orlando
AnnetteTaddeo71%CD40Miami
Perry E.Thurston, Jr.73%CD33Fort Lauderdale
Victor M.Torres, Jr.75%CD15Kissimmee
Tom A.Wright100%AR14Port Orange