Florida Governor Candidate To Speak at PCI Meeting

provided to The Santiva Chronicle

Annette Taddeo

The Progressive Club will have a zoom meeting at 4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 16 with Annette Taddeo a true fighter for the people of Florida and candidate for governor of Florida.

Taddeo was born and raised in Colombia, the daughter of an American fighter pilot and a Colombian mother. She is a working mother with a daughter in public school and a successful small business owner who has lived the American Dream.

In 2014, she was the first Latina in the state of Florida to run statewide when she was the Democratic nominee for Lt. Governor, and now she is running to to be the first Latina Governor of Florida.

Taddeo currently represents a district Trump carried, a seat she flipped from red to blue in a special election in 2017 – a huge upset with national implications – becoming the first Latina Democrat to serve in the Florida Senate. The next year she was re-elected to a full four-year term.

Her legislative accomplishments further prove her true compassion for the underserved, as well as building a stronger Florida environmentally, economically and educationally. In her years in the Senate she has not only earned the trust and respect of her fellow Democrats, but she has been able to work across the aisle and even persuade some Republicans to see the light.

She has an amazing story which she will tell you. In our current political environment it is refreshing, no it is a must to have an incorruptible fierce and compassionate leader.

The meeting is interactive with time provided for questions. To attend the meeting email pcisancap@gmail.com to receive the zoom link, or watch live at www.facebook.com/pcisancap. For more information visit https//pcislands, call 994-3175, or emailpcisancp@gmail.com.

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