A vocal proponent of affordable housing, universal child care, Biden’s Immigration Act of 2021, and Medicare for All, Sanchez believes the decisions Sen. Marco Rubio has been making “are not in the best interest of Floridians.” That is why he is running to oust him in 2022.
As he runs for Congress in 2022, the Democratic representative from Pinellas County promises to “create an economy that gives every working Floridian a fair shot at the American Dream.”
The Gen Z candidate says he is committed to ending gun violence, ensuring “Medicare for All,” and working for environmental justice.
Citing the Republican incumbent’s lack of a sufficient healthcare plan, as well as his inability to address income inequality, housing and other social welfare benefits, Paredes vows to do better for all Floridians, not just a privileged few.
Several aerospace companies have already established themselves on the island, and some are interested in building a spaceport.
Meet the contenders running to oust the two-time Republican senator seeking his third term in 2022.
A recent study shows a correlation between the lack of Medicaid expansion and healthcare inequalities in low-income communities, particularly among Latinos.
The tragedy that some have called one of the worst disasters in Florida history has already claimed 10 lives while more than 150 remain unaccounted for. As experts look for answers, family and friends of the missing keep the hope alive.
One of the most vocal opponents of DeSantis’ voting law, early in May Charlie Crist became the first Democrat to officially announce his run against the Republican incumbent next year.
Undercounted states can lose out not only on political representation and Electoral College votes, but, very importantly, on federal funding that uses census data as a base. This can have a profound impact on individuals and families.