Nick Steffens for Broward County School Board

Who am I?

Progressive activist attorney with a daughter starting in the Broward County Public Schools next year. I am a past member of my city's Education Advisory Board and a current member of the Broward County Children's Services Board, which helps the County allocate nearly $15,000,000.00 a year to help impoverished children in the County.

Why am I running?

After becoming familiar with the state of public education through my activism and serving on the Parkland Education Advisory Board, I became very determined to ensure my daughter received the best public education she could get here in Broward County. Further, the encouragement of teachers, friends and local elected officials inspired me to put myself out there and run for the School Board.

My Goals

Ensure that my office is open to all stakeholders in the public education process so they can discuss their concerns and know that my office will be an asset to them in resolving those issues, no matter how big or small.

Fight for a fair contract for a teachers and support staff that recognizes the important role they play every day in our community.

My DFA Values

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My Campaign is People Powered!

We are utilizing a fast network of dedicate volunteers to knock on doors on a nearly daily basis to ensure our message is hear by the voters of District 4.

My campaign is being run on a daily basis by two young, aggressive organizers that are devoted to ensuring we have a competitive grassroots-oriented campaign.

Voice support


  • Jared Hermanowski, FL
  • Barbara Mi ller, FL
  • Nick Steffens, FL
  • Stephanie Rosendorf, FL
  • Gustavo Junco, FL
  • Tara Woodruff, FL
  • Adam Leonard, FL
  • Maria Cole, FL
  • Sandra Henson, FL

About the Endorsement Process

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• Will the candidate move the progressive movement forward in their community?
• Does the candidate have substantial support from our local members?
• Do the candidate's positions and policies fit into the broader progressive movement?
• Is the campaign people-powered and the candidate working to win?

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