Where I Stand
Florida must continue to keep a balanced budget. Our government must live within its means, just as Florida’s families and businesses do. We must stop raising taxes on hardworking Floridians, and instead prioritize our spending and reduce the waste. I…4:49 PM - 29 Jul 2014
Our state is undergoing tumultuous economic times. The jobless rate is extremely high, energy costs are soaring, the stock market is a never-ending roller-coaster, and home values have seen a significant drop. I understand the critical role our state government…4:48 PM - 29 Jul 2014
About Representative Santiago
For over 20 years my family and I have been proud to call Volusia County home. So it is with a great sense of community that I seek your vote to be your voice in Tallahassee. Both locally and statewide, the challenges we face in a difficult economy are all too real. Now more than ever we need proven public servants with an ability to work with other leaders and who have a track record of fighting for job creation, less bureaucratic red tape and working every day to make government more effective.Read More
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DELTONA - Now that the 2014 legislative session is over, Deltona once again scored a big win with help from State Representative David Santiago (Dist. 27). The City will receive over $500,000 towards water infrastructure projects, which brings our total dollars received from the State of Florida to over a million for the past two sessions. As we move forward on several different projects relating to economic development for future job growth in our City, we have a good partner and advocate in Tallahassee in Rep. Santiago.
EDGEWATER – An estimated 175 volunteers, including teenagers, senior citizens, church members, Boys & Girls Club members, as well as city, county and state politicians gathered Feb. 1 with one goal in mind: provide food for those in need. Approximately 35,000 pounds of food was distributed at the Edgewater United Methodist Church through the Farm Share program.