About

Dan Raulerson, a Florida native, was born in Jacksonville and raised in Brandon. He has been married to Shirley for 26 years and together they have two children.  Their daughter, Jaclyn is former Miss Florida 2010 and a graduate of the University of Florida.  Alek, their son, is a junior at The Savannah School of Art and Design.

Dan is a graduate of Florida State University and is a licensed CPA. His firm, Raulerson & Company, is a full service public accounting and business consulting enterprise located in Plant City.  Dan is also an owner and CFO for AaSys Group, Inc., an information technology-consulting firm that serves community banks throughout the Southeastern United States.

Dan has served as Mayor of Plant City, City Commissioner, Chairman of the Public Transportation Commission of Hillsborough County and on the advisory board for Platinum Bank. Dan was elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 2012 and is currently Majority Deputy Whip. He is active in the Plant City Chamber of Commerce, United Food Bank, Sigma Chi, and the Plant City Gourmet and Viniculture Society.  Dan enjoys public speaking, reading, cooking, skiing and playing guitar.

Florida House of Representatives Committee Membership (2012-2014)
Public Service
  • Mayor and City Commissioner, City of Plant City, Florida
  • Chairman, Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce
  • Chairman, Platinum Bank Advisory Board of Directors
  • Chairman, Public Transportation Commission of Hillsborough County
  • Director, Plant State Bank
  • Director, United Food Bank of Plant City
  • Member, Brandon Chamber of Commerce
  • Chapter Advisor, Sigma Chi chapter at the University of South Florida
  • Director, Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Council of Hillsborough County
  • Director, Tourist Development Council of Hillsborough County
Recognition & Awards
  • Outstanding Young Men of America- Jaycees
  • Outstanding Discussion Leader Award- Florida Institute of CPA’S
  • Entered in the National Directory of Who’s Who of Executives and Professional of America
Three Common Sense, Conservative Steps to Get our State Back on Track 1 – Reduce the State Budget
  • Cut duplicative programs and positions
  • Focus state spending on essential services
  • Stop politicians from bringing pork-barrel spending back to their districts
2 – Cut the Red Tape to Help Create Real Jobs
  • Remove outdated and costly regulations that destroy jobs and local businesses
  • Stop passing hundreds of new laws and and creating hundreds of new rules and regulations each year
  • Reform government so it creates a business friendly environment to bring more jobs
3 – Return Control Back to the Local Level
  • Empower local officials to make more decisions about how to best serve our community
  • Return education funding and control back to the local level