Today, Mayor Steve Losner announced strong bipartisan support for his final reelection campaign, with endorsements from Senator Ana María Rodríguez (R-Doral), Senator Alexis Calatayud (R-Miami), Senator Ileana García (R-Miami), Senator Bryan Avila (R-Hialeah Gardens), Representative Juan Porras (R-Miami), Representative Alina Garcia (R-Miami), Representative Kevin Chambliss (D-Miami), Representative Jim Mooney (R-Homestead), Representative Alex Rizo (R-Hialeah), Representative Juan Fernández-Barquin (R-Miami), Representative Vicki Lopez (R-Coral Gables), Representative Tom Fabricio (R- Miami Lakes), and Miami-Dade County Commissioner René García (R-Hialeah).
“I am proud to support Mayor Losner in his final reelection campaign because he is a fourth-generation Homestead resident who understands the needs of his community and has delivered strong results for the people he serves,” says Republican Senator Ana María Rodríguez. “From improving public safety to stimulating the local economy while protecting residents from overdevelopment, Mayor Losner is the right choice for Homestead.”
Mayor Losner was elected in 2019 and reelected in 2021. Since that time, he has earned respect and support from both sides of the aisle by working to improve public safety and create good-paying jobs while putting the needs of local families above developers. His relentless analysis of the city budget led to the creation of a dozen new police positions created under his leadership.
“Mayor Losner has done so much to improve quality of life for the families of Homestead,” says Democratic Representative Kevin Chambliss. “I am giving my strong support to the Mayor’s reelection campaign because he has a proven track record of successfully advocating for the Homestead community by promoting economic growth, measured development, and increased funding for public safety.”
Mayor Losner has worked hard to make Homestead a safer, more prosperous, and healthy place to live, work, and raise a family. From 2001 to 2007, he proudly served as Vice-Mayor of Homestead, advocating for cleaner streets, measured development, neighborhood improvements, and higher quality of life for Homestead residents – but after leaving office, Losner saw leaders prioritizing the needs of developers over public safety and families while promoting high-density overdevelopment. Worried about Homestead’s path forward, he decided to run for Mayor to deliver change for his city and its residents.
Mayor Losner holds a J.D. from Mercer University and lives in Homestead with his wife, Lori. The two have three adult children, all of whom live in Homestead.