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 Democratic incumbent who earned an “A” in the 2021 People First Report Card for consistently voting in favor of her constituents, is up for reelection.
The Orlando representative says she works hard for the rights of everyday people and for those who think government does not work for them. That includes Boricuas in the Sunshine State.
Calling Florida Gov. DeSantis “a radical sort of mini-Trump,” the US representative prepares to run against the Republican incumbent.
In 2018, four freshman first-time Congress members became one of the most vocal groups of progressives lawmakers. They now have two new Congress members.
The reason for this is missing or mismatched signatures, among other problems, with Dems 0.07% more likely than Republicans to have issues raised with their ballots.
This early mail-voting advantage should not lull Florida Democrats into complacency, warns a data analyst.