|Florida State Senate District 38|
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| Term in office ended|
Villalobos served in the Florida State House of Representatives from 1992 to 2000. He joined the Florida State Senate representing district 37 in 2000. In 2002 Villalobos won election to the 38th District Senate seat and was subsequently re-elected. From 2001-2002 he was Senate Majority Whip and from 2004 to 2006 he was Senate Majority Leader.
Villalobos was Assistant State Attorney for the 2nd Judicial Circuit of Florida. He has also worked as Adjunct Professor for Florida International University. He is currently an attorney.
Villalobos earned his B.A. from the University of Miami in 1985. He went on to receive his J.D. from Florida State University in 1988.
- Banking and Insurance Committee, Florida State Senate
- Criminal and Civil Justice Appropriations Committee, Florida State Senate
- Criminal Justice Committee, Florida State Senate
- Military Affairs and Domestic Security Committee, Florida State Senate
- Rules Committee, Florida State Senate
On November 7, 2006, Villalobos won re-election to the Florida Senate from Florida's 38th Senate district. Villalobos received 55,592 votes in the election, defeating Leighton Lang (NPA), who received 15,642 votes. Villalobos raised $598,142 for his campaign in 2006; Lang raised $2,000.
|Florida Senate, District 38|
|Alex Villalobos (R)||55,592||78.0%|
|Leighton Lang (NPA)||15,642||22.0%|
In 2006, Villalobos collected $598,142 in campaign donations. The seven largest contributors to his campaign were as follows:
|Florida Cable Telecommunications Association||$2,500|
|United Teachers of Dade||$2,500|
|Bright House Networks||$2,000|
|Florida Dental Association||$2,000|
|Sheridan Children's Healthcare Services||$1,500|
|Ronald L. Book||$1,500|
Villalobos and his wife, Barbara, have one child.
- Official Florida State Senate website of Senator Alex Villalobos
- Project Vote Smart Alex Villalobos candidate summary
- Project Vote Smart Alex Villalobos biography
- Campaign contributions: 2008, 2006, 2004, 2002, 2000, 1998
|Florida Senate, District 38
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