Local Roots - Trusted Leadership - Real World Experience
Senator Greg Steube proudly serves Senate District 23 in the Florida Senate. District 23 includes all of Sarasota County and Western Charlotte County. A native Floridian, Rep. Steube is proud to have been born and raised in the Sarasota/Bradenton area.
Rep. Steube attended the University of Florida where he was inducted into the University of Florida’s Hall of Fame as an undergraduate and earned a B.S. degree with honors in Animal Science with a minor in Agricultural Law. Following his undergraduate studies, the Representative attended UF’s Levin College of Law and earned his Juris Doctorate in 2003.
After law school, Representative Steube enlisted in the U.S. Army and spent one year in the infantry, as a commissioned Airborne Infantry Officer and three years in the U.S. Army JAG Corps. He served as the Chief of Detainee Operations for Multinational Division North during Operation Iraqi Freedom deployed with the 25th Infantry Division. He has received numerous awards and commendations for his service to our country.
Rep. Steube is an attorney and owns and operates his own law firm, Legal Strategies & Consulting, P.L. Greg practices real estate law, commercial litigation, local government and federal government consultation, Public Private Partnership consultation and Government law.
In the Florida Senate, Senator Steube is the Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, and the Vice Chairman of the Banking and Insurance Committee. He also serves on the Agriculture Committee, the Appropriations Subcommittee on Pre-K – 12 Education, the Appropriations Subcommittee on Finance and Tax, the Children, Families, and Elder Affairs Committee, the Regulated Industries Committee and the Joint Committee on Public Counsel Oversight.
"Growing up here has given me an understanding of the special issues facing our area -- from the importance of our local agriculture industry to the need for better schools and roads to keep up with growth."
- Greg Steube
Wife, Jennifer and Greg's son Ethan Gregory during a visit during session in 2014.