The deadline is approaching to register to vote in the August 28 primary election where school board members and the Democratic nominee for Congressional District 19 will be decided.
Mark your calendar for July 29 when candidates from around Southwest Florida will be attending a forum on gun violence.
Trump has a nearly perfect track record in selecting officials who are in politics for personal gain rather than public good. We need to elect Democrats to hold this administration accountable for their abuses of taxpayer money, because the Republicans will not.
We’ve seen what happens when you fill up the Florida Legislature with lawyers and climate change deniers. You gets rivers of green slime killing fish and sickening people. It’s time for a change.
Sara McFadden, the Democratic candidate for state House District 106, has received endorsements from the AFL-CIO, Florida Planned Parenthood, the Democratic Women’s Club of Florida, and the Democratic Party Progressive Caucus of Florida.
“Every child deserves a quality, public education and to feel safe at school. We need to attract the best and brightest teachers and have a curriculum that prepares them to compete in a global economy.”
Are you sickened by the algae blooms that are polluting our rivers and coastlines? Rick Scott approved the repeal of a law that was designed to fix the problem.
Donald Trump wants to gut the Environmental Protection Agency. This is why it is so important that we elect Democrats to Congress this year. We need to take back both the House and Senate to stop Trump and his destructive instincts before it is too late.
We need to provide a clear and strong check on Donald Trump who is more committed to our enemy than to his own country. The only way to provide that check is to elect Democrats to Congress.
Despite President Trump’s declaration that he would eliminate the national debt over eight years, the debt-to-Gross Domestic Product ratio has reached its highest level since after World War II.
The five Democrats vying for the nomination for Florida Governor will debate at Florida Gulf Coast University on July 18.
Mark your calendar for cocktails and conversation with Congressional candidate David Holden at Bambusa Bar & Grill.