Conservative Republican For House District 120

Ready to give back to our community



For the last 25 years, I’ve dedicated my time to helping non-profit organizations in our area, including the Jackson Hospital Foundation, Holtz Children’s Hospital, and the American Cancer Society. 


As a Florida Keys resident, I’ve supported groups who work to protect our natural resources and our water quality, including the Florida Keys Reef Relief and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC).

Rhonda and her husband, Jorge, are proud parents of two sons, Jorge Benjamin, who graduated from Texas Christian University in 2019 while Noah Christopher attends Johns Hopkins University. Rhonda and Jorge currently reside in their Key Largo home with their rescue dogs, Spot, and Lola.



Why I'm Running!

I am ready to work for our families, children, seniors,  veterans and continue my service to our community. 


I am ready to work for our small businesses, help them thrive and bring good-paying jobs to our District. As a small business owner, I know firsthand how important they are to our local economy and how burdensome regulations and unnecessary taxes can negatively affect a small business’ ability to survive and create jobs. 


Our district has a diverse business community, including agricultural, tourism, retail and construction. As your State Representative, I will stand up to those who want to raise our taxes and hurt our small businesses.


I want our children to be safe in our schools and to have the best education options available to them. I want our first responders to have the resources so they can be ready to provide us with the best care possible.


I want to give our residents and all of our community organizations, a voice in Tallahassee.


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