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"I have spent years fighting for consumers and advocating for those struggling with mental health issues. In the Florida Legislature, I want to bring my experience and this same level of commitment to the most pressing issues facing our community and our State. This means pushing hard for our shared Democratic values on everything from COVID recovery to Medicaid expansion to long-term care for seniors.””
—Hillary Cassel

Get Involved:

“I have spent years fighting for consumers and advocating for those struggling with mental health issues. In the Florida Legislature, I want to bring my experience and this same level of commitment to the most pressing issues facing our community and our State. This means pushing hard for our shared Democratic values on everything from COVID recovery to Medicaid expansion to long-term care for seniors.”
—Hillary Cassel

About Hillary

Hillary Cassel is a proud Democrat, mental health care advocate, and co-founder of the law firm Cassel & Cassel, P.A. Born and raised in South Florida, Hillary is a product of Florida public schools. She graduated from Tallahassee Community College and Florida State University before earning her law degree at Nova Southeastern University in Broward County, where she has lived for 17 years.

Beginning her legal career as an Assistant State Attorney at the Broward State Attorney’s Office, Hillary witnessed the devastating inequality of our justice system firsthand. For the last seven years, she has represented struggling families against large insurance companies in their time of need. Now, she is running for the Florida House of Representatives because she knows that we need strong Democratic leadership in Tallahassee.

Hillary is also a tireless activist in the effort to destigmatize and expand treatment opportunities for those struggling with mental health issues. She lives in Dania Beach with her husband and partner in love, life and law, Michael, as well as their five-year old son Shepard.

Political advertisement paid for and approved by Hillary Cassel, Democrat for State House District 101