Andrew Gillum is running for Governor to rebuild Florida into a state that works for all of us. He knows everyone deserves good-paying jobs, access to quality, affordable healthcare, and strong public schools.
Gwen believes it’s time for government to care about people again and to put Florida families first. She knows that by working together, we can bring common sense back to Tallahassee and make our state work for us.
Chris sees too many Floridians who have been left out and left behind because our one-party state government can’t innovate. He wants
to bring fresh ideas and new leadership to our state.
A self-made South Florida entrepreneur, and two-term Mayor of Miami Beach, Philip demonstrates the leadership skills necessary to break one-party rule in Tallahassee and bring Floridians together to get things done.
Jan has been actively involved in law and politics from local to international levels for many years. Called a “wonk with heart,” Jan will serve the people of District 16 with intelligence, dedication and compassion.
"We can’t afford partisan gridlock driven by career politicians. We need new leaders who will listen to our needs, fight for us, and be willing to work across the aisle to do what is best for our communities."
Since going to the U.S. Senate in 2001, Bill Nelson has fought hard for Florida interests. He has been a champion for protecting Florida's environment and economy, an unwavering defender of Social Security, and a voice for the state's many veterans.
"I’m running for re-election to the Florida
House because I want to continue being a champion on issues of importance for the people in District 70. Real leadership is about
self-sacrifice, commitment and truly
caring about people."
“I’ve had the honor to work with our elected representatives on issues like affordable housing, restoration of voting rights, and job creation for District 70 families. That experience has shown me that we’re strongest when we face these issues together.”
Keisha Bell is a licensed attorney with background in family, personal injury, and workers compensation law. She will fight for affordable healthcare, funding our public schools, and a livable wage. She knows that dysfunction in Tallahassee has to stop.
Tracy Pratt is a local attorney, working in public interest law with a focus on civil rights
and legal aid. She has a deep personal interest in the protection of our environment, public education,
the interests of senior citizens, and the eradication of gun violence.
Professor of political science and international studies at the University of Tampa,
“I have a concern about the growing lack of confidence in democracy today. I think we need government that works for all of us and I think that getting that government is worth the fight."
Ryan Torrens is running for Florida Attorney General for the right reason -- to fight for you. A fifth-generation Tampa native, Ryan owns his own law practice, which focuses on foreclosure defense and consumer protection.
Currently representing Florida House of Representatives District 61. "We’re going to protect Floridians at every level and we’re going to do what people expect from this office, which is to protect them.”
Jeremy Ring is a tech pioneer, lifelong innovator, and committed public servant with a sterling record of accomplishment in business and in the Florida Senate. He is now running to serve as Florida’s next Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in order to expand and modernize our state’s economy.
"Florida’s economy depends upon a thriving environment, and we need a knowledgeable steward to guide our prosperity. Conserving and protecting our environment takes commitment and dedication to preserving our natural resources while promoting vibrancy and growth."
Mayor of Homestead, FL
Erika will be your voice on the Board and represent your interests,
not those of the developers and special interests. "It's time to take back District 4 . . . and put it in the hands of the people."
Melton is a long-time resident of the county and painfully aware of the issues. "South Manatee County has been ignored long enough. It's time to play hardball and fight for what our community needs."
Pastor, attorney, veteran, Rev. Golden believes that "it's time our community chose a leader who will put students first, support parents & teachers, and deliver results for our schools."