Lt. Governor of Florida Model Legislature
Lt. Governor: Tyler Croley
Tyler Croley currently attends Palm Beach State College and plans to transfer to Florida State University after completion of his Associates degree. Lieutenant Governor Croley became interested in politics and public service while attending Boca Raton Community High School. After graduating from high school, Croley became a full-time student at Palm Beach State College where he participated in Student Government and eventually, Florida Model Legislature. Croley has actively participated in political campaigns as well as educational outreach programs. He has also recently participated in initiatives to encourage people to participate in local, state, and national elections.
Lieutenant Governor Croley aims to increase civic participation among young people, increase the quality of political and civil education, succeed as a student, and advocate for powerful political reforms. Croley ran with Governor Diaz on a platform of expanding the opportunities that FML offers as well as expanding the program to different colleges and universities throughout Florida. Croley believes that FML is the exact program that can encourage and inspire the future leaders of our state and country and would like to expand it to many more students in our state.
Past Lt. Governor's
2010 Shuyun Xue, University of Florida
2011 Michael Sampson, Florida State College
2012 Josh Deese, University of Maryland
2013 Vacant, Governor Chose to to Fill
2014-May, Natalie Artimez, Edison State College
2014-November, Kaitlin Works, University of South Florida
2015 Kaitlin Works, University of South Florida
2016 Andrew Perry, Palm Beach State College