Elizabeth Adadi

U.S. Congress District 27


Student success coach

Elizabeth Adadi served in the U.S. Army for more than seven years, earning the rank of Sergeant. She has a Doctorate of Education in Distance Education & Instructional Technology from Nova Southeastern University and is currently a candidate for a Doctorate of Philosophy in Curriculum & Instruction at Florida International University, where she also worked as a student success coach.


NRA grade: N/A

According to a questionnaire from the Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops, she supports restricting access to firearms by requiring universal background checks and bans of high capacity magazines and bump stocks


Position, via the candidate’s website, “American businesses and workers need opportunities that allow them to market themselves effectively and become game-changing competitors in the field.” “Our record national debt needs to be brought down in a way that does not instigate tax increases on American families and small businesses. “


Via FCCB survey: Supports establishing a national Climate Solutions Commission to develop policies that are economically viable, protect the environment and mitigate the effects of climate change

Criminal justice issues

Position via the candidate’s website, “The brave men and women who volunteer to put their lives on the line [i.e. police officers] to protect Americans need as many resources as necessary to effectively do their jobs. The security of our nation is of utmost priority and should not be taken for granted.”