Congressman Connie Mack has had a distinguished career in public service fighting for Florida and the ideals of Freedom, Security and Prosperity.
Connie has fought to cut spending and taxes, reduce the debt, and balance the budget. And he’s fought against policies like TARP, the Stimulus, ObamaCare, and other liberal experiments that are jeopardizing our future by spending taxpayer dollars on programs Americans cannot afford and do not want. He is the original sponsor of the Mack Penny Plan (H.R. 1848) which cuts spending by one percent each year for six years, caps overall spending at 18 percent of GDP, balances the budget, and saves $7.5 trillion over ten years without raising taxes.
Connie has been a champion for strengthening our national security, leveraging his position as the Chairman of Congress’ Western Hemisphere Subcommittee to fight for the toughest border security with Mexico, and against the threat posed by Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez and his alliances with Iran and other nations and terrorist organizations that threaten America and our allies.
Connie was first elected to Congress from Southwest Florida in November 2004. He previously served in the Florida House of Representatives from 2000 to 2003. As a member of the Florida Legislature, he established himself as a champion for conservative values and was named Deputy Majority Leader in just his second term.
He was previously a business executive with Fort Myers-based LTP Management before becoming an independent business and marketing consultant.
A graduate of the University of Florida, he is the son of former U.S. Senator Connie Mack and well-known cancer prevention advocate Priscilla Mack.
Connie is married to Congresswoman Mary Bono Mack and is the proud father of two children, Addison and Connie, and two stepchildren, Chesare and Chianna. A resident of Fort Myers, he enjoys spending time with his family, boating, fishing, skiing, camping, an occasional round of golf, and watching Gator football on Saturday afternoons.