Building a Better South Florida, Building a Better Nation

All of our issues are a response to bad policies. Rising crime, rising health care costs, crumbling infrastructure, crippling debt, sinking cities, homes we can’t afford are all in our hands to solve. As elected officials, we are responsible for the health of our cities, our states, our country.

I believe that Black Lives Matter, good science will guide us, and we all deserve the freedom, resources, and support to create the healthiest, most thriving, and most loving families we can.

And based on talking to you all, my top priorities are:

Public Safety

We all deserve to exist safely in their communities, free from both gun violence and police violence.

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Medicare for All

No one should delay healthcare for fear of not being able to cover the cost.


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Economic Development

We don’t need to tell working people that the economy favors the rich.

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Public Safety

We all deserve to exist safely in their communities, free from both gun violence and police violence.

Across the country, municipalities and states are spending more money on policing than education, which leads to the overcriminalization of some more than others.


While we honor the intention of law enforcement to “protect and serve,” through unnecessary laws and policies we have created an unfair system of policing. We know that additional law enforcement does not inherently reduce crimes or criminal behavior.


We need accountability that creates real safety in our communities. We need to alleviate the root causes of crimes and invest in more services.


Medicare for All

We all deserve to exist safely in their communities, free from both gun violence and police violence.

Because when 30 million people living in this country are close to losing their jobs in a worldwide pandemic, they’re also dangerously close to losing their access to quality healthcare.


No one should delay healthcare for fear of not being able to cover the cost.


Under Medicare for All, Americans are far more likely to engage in preventative healthcare measures, like annual physicals, or to see the doctor before an illness gets worse. This eases the costs on individuals, families, and our economy as a whole.


Economic Development

Supporting workers is the fabric of this country.

That means living wages, safe working conditions, and work requirements that support everyone. Fair labor is a human right.What we need extends beyond a federal minimum wage. A $15 minimum wage is now the bottom of the barrel for most parts of this country. We need a living wage and benefits that would allow an individual or family to afford housing (with less than 30% of their income), healthcare, child care, food… all the basic necessities, and a little something extra. This is economic justice.


Increasing the living wage increases the amount of money people can spend at small businesses, which increases the quality of life for all of us.


We need to put more money directly into people’s pockets and into our small businesses. We need to end the gender-race wealth gap to ensure women of color have the same buying power as everyone else.


I believe that every worker has the right to unionize and hold power over the conditions at their workplace.

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