Matt Hudson

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Matt Hudson was born on 9 July, 1966. Discover Matt Hudson’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?

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Age54 years old
Zodiac SignCancer
Born9 July 1966
Birthday9 July

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Matt Hudson Net Worth

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Timeline of Matt Hudson


In January 2015, Hudson announced that he would seek the District 28 seat in the Florida Senate in the 2016 elections. Kathleen Passidomo is also seeking the Republican nomination for that seat. The Republican primary election is scheduled for August 30, 2016.


When the state legislative districts were redrawn in 2012, Hudson was moved into the 80th District, which included the territory that he had previously represented in Collier County, but added all of Hendry County and dropped the incursion into Broward County. He won the Republican primary uncontested, and overwhelmingly defeated independent candidate Pam Brown in the general election with 66% of the vote. In 2014, Hudson was re-elected to his final term in the House without opposition.


Running for re-election in 2008, Hudson was opposed by Maria Jimenez, a charter schools official at the Redlands Christian Migrant Association and the Democratic nominee. The Sun-Sentinel praised Jimenez as an “earnest, knowledgeable candidate” who “would make a good state representative,” but ultimately gave their endorsement to Hudson, who they said “made good use of his limited opportunity” in office to sponsor meaningful legislation. Hudson ended up narrowly won re-election over Jimenez, winning 53% of the vote to her 47%. When he ran for re-election in 2010, he faced only independent candidate Larry Wilcoxson, whom he was able to defeat in a landslide with 69% of the vote.


On September 12, 2007, incumbent State Representative Mike Davis died after battling cancer, causing a special election to be held to replace him in the 101st District, which included parts of western Broward County and northern Collier County, stretching from Naples to Pembroke Pines. In the Republican primary, he faced Eric Zichella, Chris Spencer, and Gerald J. Lefebvre. Florida’s New Directions, an organization indirectly affiliated with Hudson, sent out mailers attacking Zichella over his qualifications, declaring that the resume “he’s peddling as a candidate for state representative is so inflated, it’s about to blow up in his face.” Hudson narrowly defeated his opponents in the primary, winning 37% of the vote to Zichella’s 33%, Spencer’s 28%, and Lefebvre’s 2%, and advanced to the general election, where he faced Linda McDonald, the Democratic nominee and a public school teacher in Naples. The Florida Democratic Party targeted the district, urging attendees at their annual convention to contribute to McDonald’s campaign and featuring her as a speaker. During the course of the campaign, Hudson earned the endorsement of the Naples Daily News, which noted, “We have long been impressed by Hudson’s immersion in business and civic affairs and youth sports, usually in leadership roles,” and questioned whether McDonald was more suited for the school board. In the end, Hudson ended up defeating McDonald, winning 56% of the vote to McDonald’s 44%.


Hudson was born in Columbus, Ohio, and moved to the state of Florida in 1977. He attended Manatee Community College from 1984 to 1987, Edison College from 1990 to 1992, and Barry University in 2007, and worked as a realtor, eventually becoming the Vice-President of Operations at the VIP Realty Group. In 2002, Hudson was elected to the Golden Gate Fire Commission, defeating Allen Butcher with 57% of the vote. He was re-elected in 2006 against Kevin Knight and Franklin Scott Berggren, receiving 44% of the vote to Knight’s 38% and Berggren’s 17%.


Matt Hudson (born July 9, 1966) is a Republican member of the Florida House of Representatives, representing the 80th District, which includes Hendry County and northern Collier County, from 2012 to 2016, previously representing the 101st District from 2008 to 2012.