Former Boca Raton Mayor Endorses Robert Weinroth for Congress

June 4, 2024
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Former Boca Raton Mayor Endorses Robert Weinroth for Congress

Boca Raton, FL–Robert Weinroth has received the endorsement of former Boca Raton Mayor Bill Smith in his race to defeat Jared Moskowitz and represent Florida’s 23rd Congressional District in the U.S. Congress.

“From his time on the city council to the county commission, Robert has been a dedicated public servant focused solely on making our community a better place to live,” said Smith. “Congress needs people like Robert who we can count on to grow the economy and undo burdensome regulations. He’s already proven himself to be a trusted leader and it’s why I’m whole-heartedly endorsing Robert for Congress!”

Weinroth responded: “It’s an honor to be endorsed by Mayor Smith,” said Weinroth. “I look forward to showing him and the rest of the 23rd District that I can fix the mess in Washington, strengthen our economy and secure our borders.”

About Robert Weinroth:

Robert Weinroth is a more than 30-year resident of South Florida where he has served as an executive and general counsel in the insurance, finance, and healthcare industries. Robert is also the former Mayor of Palm Beach County and served on the Boca Raton City Council. Robert and his wife, Pamela, live in Boca Raton. Robert is a Republican running for the Florida 23rd Congressional District, currently held by Democrat Jared Moskowitz. To learn more, please visit


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