ORLANDO, FL – Bruno Portigliatti has won the HD 44 Republican Primary Election.
“I am honored to be the Republican nominee for House District 44,” Bruno said. “Now the hard work begins. Our campaign will start working immediately to build a coalition of supporters across all parties to help ensure a victory in the General Election. With tonight’s victory, it is clear that local families and businesses are ready to send a leader to Tallahassee with fresh ideas and a willingness to work with everyone, including our law enforcement and First Responders, and find solutions that lift our community out of the COVID-19 economic crisis.”
“Thank you to everyone who supported our campaign!”
Bruno has lived in Orlando, particularly in the Dr. Phillips community and surrounding areas since 1999. He attended Southwest Middle School and Dr. Phillips High School. Upon graduating High School, Bruno attended the University of South Florida in Tampa, where he received his bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Spanish. He went on to law school at Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, where he graduated with Pro Bono Honors, and then completed a Master of Business Administration at Florida Christian University in Orlando.
Bruno is a businessman and educator with a strong devotion to his faith. He is currently the President of Florida Christian University, a global-reach institution with over 34 years of existence; Chief Executive Officer of Excellence Senior Living, dedicated to providing luxury senior living facilities in various communities throughout Central Florida. He is also a licensed real estate agent and manages several real estate properties and developments.
Bruno has been civically engaged in his community for many years. He has served on the Board of the Dr. P Phillips YMCA since 2014, on the City of Orlando’s Women and Minority Business Enterprise Certification Board, where he served as Chair for almost two years, and has been a member of the Dr. Phillips Rotary Club since 2013. In the educational sector, he is the Vice-President of the Council of Private Colleges of America, a membership organization for private degree granting institutions that provide quality faith-based education, in all 50 states and territories of the USA, and is also a Board Member of FAPSC – Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges.