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Rep. Javier Fernandez #114 Aug 17
Rally for Teachers! Join us at Betty T. Ferguson as we rally this Sunday at noon. With your support, we will raise teacher pay, improve our schools, and do better for our kids. Join me.
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Annette Taddeo Aug 15
Outrageous! Florida should NOT be using the courts to take the guarantee of health care away from 7.8 million Floridians with pre-existing conditions.
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EarnestMDNA Aug 14
Youngest member of the opening our DEC meeting.
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Miami Herald Aug 13
Heading to the polls? Here’s an easy guide to early voting
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Florida Democrats Aug 13
Early voting begins TODAY in 18 counties! Have you made a plan to vote? 🗳
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Miami-Dade Democrats Aug 12
An easy way to support Democrats this month is to post a sign for one of the candidates who can bring change locally
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Miami-Dade Democrats Aug 8
Great voter resource from for the August elections. Learn more about the commissioner and school board candidates and check back for updates prior to casting your ballot
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Miami-Dade Democrats Aug 6
An important election in District 6 for commissioner. Transportation, housing, jobs, and climate change are key priorities. Follow for further updates
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Grant Stern Aug 2
-Dade Commission Candidate ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩ program director ⁦⁩ on fruition this week's
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Daniella Levine Cava Aug 3
We need to plan for the future we want for our community, not the one we are told we should settle for. I will continue to fight for bringing Metrorail south. Thank you Miami's Community Newspapers for publishing my opinions.
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Kionne McGhee Aug 3
Breaking News: Proud to announce that we’ve gained enough signatures in support of special session on the Stand Your Ground Law. Secretary of State has to begin polling legislators. Please call your legislator and tell them to support the Call.
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Daniella Levine Cava Jul 28
It’s your money. We vote on how to spend it. And you can have a say. Here’s how.
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Miami-Dade Democrats Aug 2
Can’t get to a TV? Watch the Florida governor debate streamed live
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Miami-Dade Democrats Aug 2
It's time for a Democrat to lead Florida into the next decade, the question is which one. Invite your friends and family to watch tonight’s historic debate (televised statewide) as we prepare for early voting in less than two weeks
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Tomas Kennedy Jul 28
The team has registered over 6,000 voters since April.
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Keith Ellison Jul 27
At Masjid al-Ansar for Rally for Amendment 4. Restore the Vote.
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Manuel E Gutierréz Jul 27
Rep. Keith Ellison graced us with his presence all the way from Minnesota to stand with Floridians on . Second chances are part of the fabric of the American story. Thank you for leading on justice.
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Tomas Kennedy Jul 27
The crew out with Rep. supporting Amendment 4. Vote November 6 to restore the vote for 1.5 million Floridians currently disenfranchised due to racist laws.
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Tomas Kennedy Jul 27
Rally today with to support Amendment 4. We need to vote this November. There are 1.5 million Floridians who are disenfranchised due to racist laws. The most important thing in the ballot this year is making sure these folks get their civil rights back.
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Miami-Dade Democrats Jul 25
Fewer than 50% of voters in each district voted for Donald Trump in 2016, yet they are represented by Republicans?
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