Educator * Environmentalist * Healthcare Advocate


Delores Hogan Johnson is working hard every day for our District - making top-notch education, our environmental blessings and quality and affordable healthcare top priorities. But Tallahassee insiders want to expand their majority and are targeting our seat as one of their highest priorities in the state. Are you able to Donate (every little bit helps!) or Volunteer (many options to choose from) to keep Delores in Tallahassee fighting for you? Click on the links above to learn more!  


In 2018, Our Campaign Received Endorsements From:

We need your vote for Delores Hogan Johnson to succeed me in the Florida House. We can count on Delores to protect our precious environment, work to expand Medicaid to over 800,000 Floridians, fight for criminal justice reform and push for more funding for public schools.
— Former State House District 84 Representative Larry Lee, Jr.
Hogan Johnson said she would work for sustainable economic development, raising the minimum wage and investing in high-skill, high-wage jobs to build the middle class. She vowed to press for full funding of a vocational education center at Indian River State College, an effort begun by [retiring State Representative Larry] Lee.
— TCPalm. Endorsement
Ms. Hogan Johnson is an environmentalist running for public office, ready to work towards solving our problems when the cameras are rolling and when they are not. Her long history of environmental advocacy for our waterways gives Ms. Hogan Johnson a strong foundation for fighting for our community and environment in Tallahassee
— Alex Gillen, Policy Director for, a clean water advocacy group based in Stuart.
I wholeheartedly endorse Delores Hogan Johnson. Since our early days founding the St. Lucie Waterfront Council over 24 years ago, I have been impressed with her devotion to the environment and her ability to get things done,”
— Charles Grande, former St. Lucie County Commissioner and conservationist
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