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Legislative blues: Rep. Rudman talks frustrations with state government post-session

| Hansen Hasenberg
Politics can be a vicious sport, causing frustration and a desire to give it up. According to State Rep. Dr. Joel Rudman (R-Navarre), this past session has been one frustration after another. Despite this, he said he isn’t ready to step aside. Rudman first came into the Florida Legislature after winning the Republican primary and general election for former Rep. Jayer Williamson’s seat (District 3) in 2022. The 2023 Legislature began soon after Rudman was sworn in.
State Rep. Dr. Joel Rudman says he will be running in 2024, despite his frustrations with the recent legislative session.


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