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Meet Lavern Deer, Miami Gardens Mayoral Candidate

Meet Lavern Deer, Miami Gardens Mayoral Candidate

The People’s Champion; Moving Our Community Forward MIAMI GARDENS – Pursuant to the City of Miami Gardens Charter, the next General Election will be held on Tuesday, August 18, 2020 for the purpose of electing a Mayor and various other seats in the city. With that being said, Lavern Deer has been confirmed by many […]

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Congresswoman Wilson Votes to Pass Democrats’ Moving Forward Act, H.R. 2

Congresswoman Wilson Votes to Pass Democrats’ Moving Forward Act, H.R. 2

Sweeping Bill Invests More Than $1.5 Trillion to Create Jobs Rebuilding America’s Infrastructure  MIAMI – Today, Congresswoman Wilson voted to pass H.R. 2, the Moving Forward Act, House Democrats’ sweeping legislation to invest more than $1.5 trillion in modern, sustainable infrastructure while creating millions of good-paying jobs, combatting the climate crisis and addressing disparities in communities […]

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Op Ed: Why I am voting for Joe Biden

Op Ed: Why I am voting for Joe Biden

by Dahlia Walker-Huntington SOUTH FLORIDA – I get it that I am probably more political than most people and have been since I was a child, thanks to my politically active mother; but since the 2016 Presidential campaign, politics in America has been hard to ignore. America’s norms, values, institutions and laws have been turned on […]

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Caribbean-American Daphne Campbell Vying for New Seat in the Florida Senate

Caribbean-American Daphne Campbell Vying for New Seat in the Florida Senate

TALLAHASSEE – Former Senator Daphne Campbell, is vying for Senate District 35. Senator Campbell started her political career as Florida State Representative for District 108. After serving 6 years in the Florida House, she decided to run for Senate District 38. She successfully won that Senate election for District 38 which made her the first […]

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State Representative Barbara Watson Enters Senate District 35 Race

State Representative Barbara Watson Enters Senate District 35 Race

Watson Seeks to Champion Solutions for Florida’s Economy, Education, and Elderly Services   MIAMI – State Representative Barbara Watson (D-Miami) announced her candidacy for Florida Senate District 35.  Representative Watson, who currently represents House District 107, officially qualified for the August 18th Primary Election this past week. “There is so much more work to do on behalf […]

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Florida Democratic Party on the RNC Convention Relocation

Florida Democratic Party on the RNC Convention Relocation

TALLAHASSEE – In response to the news that the RNC is moving Donald Trump’s acceptance speech to Jacksonville, Florida, Democratic Party Chair Terrie Rizzo released the following statement: “First, let me be clear that I sincerely hope that the Republican Party is successful in keeping everyone safe at their events. However, I am deeply concerned that […]

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Jacksonville to Serve as Host City to Celebrate President Trump’s Acceptance of Nomination

Jacksonville to Serve as Host City to Celebrate President Trump’s Acceptance of Nomination

WASHINGTON, DC – Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel announced today that Jacksonville, Florida has been selected as the host city to celebrate the re-nomination of President Donald J. Trump. The selection of Jacksonville comes after Governor Roy Cooper refused to provide assurances that this celebration could occur in Charlotte, North Carolina. “We are thrilled […]

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Florida Democrats Called Out Racial Disparities, Unemployment Crisis in Florida

Florida Democrats Called Out Racial Disparities, Unemployment Crisis in Florida

FLORIDA – Today, Florida Senate Minority Leader Audrey Gibson, State Sens. Victor Torres and José Javier Rodríguez, Dwight Bullard, New Florida Majority Political Director, and Terrie Rizzo, Florida Democratic Party Chair joined a virtual press conference to discuss racial disparities and the economic fallout from Donald Trump’s failed coronavirus response. The May jobs report indicated that […]

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Caribbean-American Attorney Marlon Hill Qualifies for Miami Dade County Commission Race in District 9

Caribbean-American Attorney Marlon Hill Qualifies for Miami Dade County Commission Race in District 9

South Miami-Dade County – On May 26, 2020, small business attorney Marlon Hill officially qualified for the August 18, 2020 ballot for Miami-Dade County Commission District 9 race in South Miami-Dade County. Hill has raised over $335,000 for the District 9 race and has connected with thousands of residents at the door and at community engagement […]

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Congresswoman Wilson Introduces the Vote from Home America Act

Congresswoman Wilson Introduces the Vote from Home America Act

Washington, DC – Congresswoman Wilson this week introduced the Vote from Home America Act (H.R. 7118). The legislation calls for states to send an absentee ballot with a pre-paid, self-addressed return envelope to every registered voter for this year’s upcoming federal elections. Co-sponsors include Representatives David Cicilline (RI-1) and Mark Takano (CA-41). “The COVID-19 pandemic has […]

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