TALLAHASSEE – After his two-year stint as Senate president, Andy Gardiner has returned to Orlando with a handful of high-profile legislative wins and a political committee flush with cash to ponder a big question: what’s next?
The 47-year-old hospital executive says politics will likely play a role in his future, but he’s not sure how.
“If I had something mapped out I would tell you, I really don’t,” Gardiner told POLITICO Florida. “I’m looking forward to spending some time at home.”
Gardiner said he will spend the summer helping Senate president-designate Joe Negron of Stuart, who is overseeing the GOP Senate campaign infrastructure, raise money for candidates. He also said he plans to use his own political committee to boost the political fortunes of allies. Read more in POLITICO