Francisco Rodriguez is running for the Florida House of Representatives in District 83.  He’s an ardent supporter of the Constitution and has just signed the Tenth Amendment Center’s 10-4 Pledge.

Here’s a little of what he has to say about the Constitution, from his website:

The Constitution of the United States was written to limit the power of the Federal Government (See Article 1 Section 8, Article 1 Section 9 and the 10th Amendment). The fact that no Federal official signed the Constitution reminds us that the State of Florida and the people of Florida have more power than the Federal Government regarding decisions dealing with our personal lives. When elected to office I will fight to tame the Federal Government and bring it back to its Constitutional limits. The 10th Amendment is the most effective way to bring you control over your life and to affect change in your state and community.

Kudos, Francisco! Visit his website, find him on Facebook.

Michael Boldin

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