The campaign kick-off event will take place in the heart of Lake County and will feature conservative politicos and officials from around the state. The event should draw a large crowd, resulting in a strong haul for the law school graduate of the University of Florida.
Sabatini, 30, won the seat in 2018, defeating Democrat Cynthia Brown, taking 56.48% of the vote. Before that, he earned the Republican nomination by beating out two other candidates, Monica Wofford, and Shannon Elswick.
The young Republican's first term was a success, with Sabatini sponsoring and co-sponsoring several bills aimed at cutting bureaucratic red tape. His most notable bill was HB 829, which requires courts to award attorney fees and costs against a local government if the local government’s ordinance is determined by a court to have been preempted by state law.
The Howey in the Hills conservative will look to capitalize on his 2019 successes during next year's legislative session.
"I was proud to sponsor and help pass HB 829 last year, which is already being used as a tool to fight lawless local governments and now I'm looking forward to continuing to move conservative policy in our next session," Sabatini told The Florida Report.
When asked what will be his primary focus during next year's session, Sabatini said he would continue his fight against big government and excessive regulations.
"Next year I'll be rolling out more bills to limit and reduce government," he said.
The fundraiser is set to start at 5:30 p.m.
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