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Miranda Rosenberg

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Miranda Rosenberg
Candidate for
Florida State Senate, District 25

Political party No party affiliation
Website Campaign website
Miranda Rosenberg was an Independent candidate for District 25 in the Florida State Senate in the November 2, 2010, state legislative elections.


See also: Florida State Senate elections, 2010

Rosenberg lost to Kelly Skidmore (D) and Ellyn Bogdanoff (R) in the November 2 general election.[1]

Florida State Senate, District 25
2010 General election results
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.png Ellyn Bogdanoff (R) 82,583 57.66%
Kelly Skidmore (D) 53,958 37.67%
Miranda Rosenberg (NPA) 6,694 4.67%

Campaign themes

On her campaign website, Rosenberg lists five issues she is concerned about.[2] They are:

  • Healthcare
Excerpt: "Physicians and their patients should be able to determine medical care, not insurance company accountants who have more interest in their company’s wealth than in the patient’s health."
  • Education
Excerpt: "Although objectively evaluating our educational system is necessary, basing a student’s graduation, teachers’ salaries, and a school’s budget on the results of a single examination does not generate a better educational system. Teachers are pressured to focus on the “FCAT curriculum,” rather than a rich and diverse education."
  • Political Reform
Excerpt: "Reforming the legislative session to meet for the same amount of time, but spread out throughout the year, would prevent good bills from dying, flawed bills from being pushed through recklessly, and would make expensive special sessions unnecessary, saving our state money."
  • Economy
Excerpt: "Businesses in Florida are overburdened with regulations. Calling for each department within the state to identify unnecessary rules and regulations which could be eliminated will help small businesses grow, enabling them to hire more people, and will make our great state more attractive to the business community."
  • The Environment
Excerpt: "We must make certain that construction and new developments do not negatively impact our water resources, and that commercial ventures do not ruin the environment which makes Florida so attractive."

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