Anthony Sabatini Biography
Anthony Sabatini was born in 1988 and moved to Lake County, FL the following year. He graduated Eustis High School in 2007. He then attended the University of Florida, graduating magna cum laude in 2012 while commissioning as an Infantry Officer in the Florida Army National Guard. A member of the Florida Army National Guard since 2008, he currently serves as a Brigade Planning Officer in the 83rd Troop Command. He has been activated for several hurricanes and emergencies, most recently Hurricanes Matthew, Irma, Michael, Dorian, and also served 100 days of active service during the states response to COVID-19, for which he was awarded the Humanitarian Service Medal and Armed Forces Service Medal.
He graduated from The University of Florida Law School in 2017, where he served on the Journal of Law and Public Policy and clerked for then Chief Judge Alan Lawson of the Fifth District Court of Appeal—currently a Justice of the Florida Supreme Court. He is currently a sole practitioner attorney focusing on property and constitutional law cases with offices in Clermont.
During law school he ran for the Eustis City Commission and was elected to a two-year term. As a City Commissioner he fought for less government and more individual freedom. He worked to incentivize business and investment in the downtown area, created an entertainment district, and passed several ordinances related to quality of life while helping oversee a discretionary budget of $16,000,000, 10 departments, and 230 employees.
State Representative Anthony Sabatini was elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 2018, representing District 32—a district encompassing most of Lake County. In his first term, five bills were signed into law by Governor Ron DeSantis. These bills protected private property rights, eliminated government programs, restrained local government, de-regulated parts of the economy, and protected our veterans.
Rep. Sabatini has sponsored and introduced legislation to crack down on Big-Tech censorship, prevent election fraud, end illegal immigration, protect the second amendment, ban transgender men from competing in girls sports, and create term limits.
Rep. Sabatini holds the most conservative voting record in Florida. He is the only member of the state legislature to receive a 100% rating by the American Conservative Union and has the highest lifetime rating from the Club for Growth in Florida (95%), the highest rating of any legislator in Florida.
He is married to his wife Francheska, she is an attorney and the elected Republican State Committeewoman for Lake County, Florida.
Rep. Sabatini and Francesca currently reside in the Town of Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida.