Common Sense

Getting at the root causes of our problems – big and small – is just good common sense. Wilton knows first hand that more regulations, more taxpayer money and government intrusion are just bandaids if we don’t first understand the needs of Florida’s families, businesses and communities.

Hard Work

An honest day’s work and the dignity that comes with it is a Florida value worth preserving. That shouldn’t be controversial. Wilton understands that government can’t guarantee the path to generational prosperity with free stuff. Instead, we must remove boundaries and ensure all Floridians have access to opportunities.

Personal Responsibility

Floridians are capable, innovative and thoughtful. Unfortunately, too many politicians these days don’t agree. Wilton has stood up to politicians who treat Floridians like children incapable of making their own choices, because he knows that personal responsibility is essential to achieving the American Dream.

Proven Leader

Endorsed by 59 Florida Sheriffs

“Wilton Simpson’s leadership is why Florida crime is at at 50 year low. He is a PROVEN LEADER who cares about your safety and well being, he has always supported law enforcement and that is exactly why I support Wilton.” – Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd

Proven Commitment

Endorsed by the Florida Farm Bureau FarmPAC

Florida Farm Bureau FarmPAC proudly supports and endorses Mr. Wilton Simpson for the office of Florida Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Mr. Simpson is a fifth generation Floridian, citrus grower and egg farmer. He truly understands the issues facing agriculture and is willing to serve in a capacity to protect those who feed the world.

He has been a champion in the Florida Senate not only for Florida’s farmers and ranchers, but for each and every citizen that calls the Sunshine State home.

Wilton Simpson is a fifth generation Floridian, proud to be born and raised in the Sunshine State.  But, for millions, Florida isn’t just a place—it is a choice: A choice for lower taxes, limited government, personal freedom, and quality of life. Wilton has built businesses from the ground up and he’s balanced a hundred billion dollar state budget.  But the four words that make him proudest are these: “I am a farmer.”


Fighting for Floridians

For too long, too many politicians told us to vote for them and settle for less. They say it’s either low taxes or great schools.  But Wilton Simpson knows we can have both. They say it’s either family farms or clean water, Florida’s consumers or our businesses. But Wilton knows we can protect them all.

He knows that the health and safety of our people and our economy are not mutually exclusive. He’s a common sense conservative, prioritizing outcomes over arguments and putting Floridians first.


Pitching In Back Home

As a lifelong farmer, Wilton understands that the seeds we plant today are essential for tomorrow’s opportunities to grow a stronger Florida. Whether he’s supporting our young FFA members at the annual auction, encouraging the young women of PACE Center for Girls, donating land for the CARES Senior Center expansion, or contributing to the creation of the Simpson Breast Center, Wilton feels a responsibility to help build the world he wants his granddaughters to inherit – starting right at home in Trilby.


The Common Sense Revolution

Wilton Simpson has led a common sense revolution in Tallahassee because he understands that our problems are real, the stakes are high, and the solutions require someone who knows how to roll up his sleeves and get the job done. He’s fought for access to the American dream – for our families, our businesses, and for our communities – because Wilton knows firsthand that to build something that’s going to last, you need a strong foundation that gets at the root causes of our greatest challenges. 

“While others bemoan the needs of their communities, Wilton Simpson steps up and pitches in. As a farmer, his land is his most precious treasure, but Wilton didn’t hesitate to share with our seniors when he saw a need. He has a heart that far exceeds what’s asked of him, and for that, we are all grateful.”


CARES President & CEO

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Wilton Simpson walking and talking with three sheriffs officers
Wilton Simpson speaking with a man in a feed store.
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Support the Campaign

Support Wilton Simpson as he runs to be Florida’s next Commissioner of Agriculture. Contributions up to $3,000 maximum per individual or company are permitted under Florida law. Contributions are not deductible for federal income tax purposes.