Patrick Henry was first elected in 2016, and as a lifelong resident of Daytona Beach, he was proud to fight for the best interests of his community in the state House. After losing by just 61 votes in 2018, Patrick is determined to win his seat back in 2020 and give Floridians a voice in Tallahassee again.
- Served on the Daytona Beach City Commission from 2010-2016
- Delivered results in the Florida House, helping secure almost $500 million in appropriation funding and working to pass legislation replacing the statue of a Confederate general with civil rights activist Mary McLeod Bethune
- Believes in providing quality education, supporting economic development to create more livable-wage jobs, and expanding access to affordable health care