The last time voters saw Michaelangelo Hamilton’s name on a ballot was in 2022, when he ran for the open seat representing Florida’s 23rd Congressional District.
He placed last in a six-person Democratic Primary some believed he shouldn’t have been part of; at the time he ran in 2022, Hamilton was just 22 — three years too young to serve in Congress.
Now he’s back on the campaign trail with sights set on state office. The entrepreneur and insurance agent is running to recolor House District 91 blue by unseating freshman Republican Rep. Peggy Gossett-Seidman.
“I’m running to make meaningful changes in our state like (homeowners’ association) reform, keeping property taxes as low as possible a...