Former Commissioner and Lawyer Robyn Hattaway filed for the open Senate District 19 seat, challenging Representative Randy Fine as he faces multiple state investigations. She billed herself as a “commonsense conservative” ready to lead.
“The hard work of conservative champions Debbie Mayfield and Ron DeSantis has put Florida on the right track,” the Merritt Island Republican said. “I’ll continue to fight for the issues that matter to our Space Coast neighbors, like cleaning up the Indian River Lagoon, defending our constitutional freedoms, expanding parental rights, and building a workforce that drives Florida’s economy into the future.”
Fine has struggled in gaining support for his race from voters that actually live in the district he’s running for. Roughly 10% of the money he’s raised has come from Brevard County. Most in his own fundraising host committee failed to actually donate to him as well. Despite boasting of over “$1 million” in the first month, his actual campaign account shows about $66,000 according to his own reports.
Hattaway is a Lead Brevard graduate and board member. She’s a partner at the Lacey Lyons Rezanka law firm in Rockledge.