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2023 Republican Candidates

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Daniel Davis

Daniel was executive director of the Northeast Florida Builders Association, Florida’s largest local membership trade association representing the building and construction industry for 14 years. For the last decade, as CEO of the JAX Chamber, he has served our business community – from our largest employers to the smallest mom and pops.

Daniel previously served on the Jacksonville City Council and was elected President of the Council in 2007 – the youngest person to serve in this capacity. He also served for four years in the State House of Representatives representing District 15, which encompasses parts of Duval County.

Daniel serves on the board of several local and statewide organizations, including Enterprise Florida, Space Florida, the St. Johns River Water Management District, First Coast YMCA and the Monique Burr Foundation.

Jason Fischer
Property Appraiser

A conservative fighter, Jason has a long track record of opposing tax increases. As Property Appraiser, he’ll use his voice to keep our taxes low.

Jason will work with the private and public sector to make the Property Appraiser’s Office more accessible and transparent while building community relationships. He will also will invest in technology and personnel to improve services and efficiency.

Jason brings a strong background of experience, including his time as a State Representative where he worked with Governor DeSantis on his Freedom Agenda. As an electrical engineer, Jason works consistently to stay on top of the latest technology to better service customers.

Chris Miller
City Council At-Large Group 5

As a Retired Colonel in the Army, Chris Miller understands service. If elected, his focus will be on: Success of Small and Large Businesses; Smart Growth and Development; Safe Communities; Supporting Law Enforcement, Firefighters, First Responders, Military, and Veterans; Supporting Increased Mental Health Care; Ensuring Superb Schools for our Kids; Fighting for Stronger Accountability, Transparency, and Effectiveness at City Hall.

Joseph Hogan
City Council District 7

Joe is a Jacksonville native, born and raised. If elected, his primary focus will be on improving Infrastructure, Public Safety, and Parks & Recreation. He is proud to serve in Florida’s Air National Guard at the 125th Fighter Wing, here in Jacksonville. He and his family are members of Westside Baptist Church. For the last several years he’s been a volunteer baseball coach at Navy Ortega Lakeshore Little League (NOL) and a flag football coach at his church’s youth sports league. He is also a regular attendee of dance recitals, Nutcrackers, and other performances for our two girls. He cares about this community and our city.

Mike Muldoon
City Council District 9

A Certified Public Accountant specializing in tax and a resident of Jacksonville’s District 9 for over 20 years, Mike recently retired as the Office Managing Partner of Jacksonville’s largest public accounting firm. Under his leadership, Mike’s office was responsible for over $45 million in revenues while also growing staff by 60%. This financial expertise and business experience uniquely qualifies Mike to help govern the City of Jacksonville and its $1.5 Billion budget.

A Conservative Leader, Mike will fight to protect taxpayers and keep Jacksonville from spending beyond its means. Mike will work to make Jacksonville a safe place again by standing with law enforcement and first responders.

While updating our infrastructure, protecting our residents and catapulting our city into its next 100 years of prosperity, Mike will make sure that Jacksonville lives up to its potential and is strong for everyone.

Mike is a loving husband to Pam and Dad to Lauren, Michael II and Rylie.

Raul Arias
City Council District 11

As a Navy Veteran, Raul knows that the first role of government at all levels is to keep the public safe. That is why Raul is an unapologetic supporter of the men and women of law enforcement and will work with our Sheriff and JSO to keep the community safe.

He also believes it is critical that our infrastructure, roads and public services keep up with our growing communities. As the Councilmember for District 11, Raul will fight to cut red tape, lower our taxes, support Jacksonville’s small businesses and be a good steward of our hard-earned tax dollars.

John Draper
City Council District 14

John Draper is the Former Jacksonville City Councilman for Southwest Jacksonville, a Former Navy Supply Officer, and a Small Business Owner. As a former Councilman, he fought for lower taxes, safer communities, and cutting bureaucratic red tape. He believes that City Government must be about supporting first responders and the police, maintaining parks, paving streets, fixing potholes, ensuring effective drainage in all neighborhoods, ensuring on-time trash and yard waste pickups, and ensuring appropriate neighborhood rezonings.