Democrat for U.S. Representative - Congressional District 27 (South Florida)
Frank Perez is running to be the voice of South Florida in the United States House of Representatives. Frank learned from a young age the importance of service to his country. After he graduated from West Point, he spent 7 years on Active Duty in the United States Army. During that time, he completed Airborne and Ranger training, and was stationed in the United States and Asia.
After leaving Active Duty military service, Frank continued to serve his country in the National Guard and Army Reserve. He also completed his master's degree in economics and went to work for a major financial services company. His career in the private sector ranged from working for small businesses to large companies.
In 2008, Frank deployed to Iraq and after his tour of duty he retired from military service as a Lieutenant Colonel. Now Frank wants to serve his country in a different way. He is the sort of leader we need representing us in Congress, and his experience with national security and the economy is exactly what South Florida needs.
Frank is a proud member of a labor union and a major airline pilot.
Frank Perez is a retired member of the United States Army. Use of his military rank, job titles, and photographs in uniform does not imply endorsement by the Department of the Army or the Department of Defense.