FLORIDA — This weekend, hundreds of supporters of Mike Bloomberg 2020 helped open 4 new field offices across Florida, increasing the campaign’s office total to 14. The new offices opened to enthusiastic crowds in Boca Raton, Jacksonville, North Miami, and Parkland, giving supporters new locations around the state to gather and talk about why they believe Mike can get it done.
FLORIDA — Bloomberg campaign National Co-Chair and former Miami Mayor Manny Diaz released the following statement today in response to Bernie Sanders’ comments last night on 60-Minutes defending Fidel Castro and his regime, saying, “it’s unfair to simply say everything is bad.” Diaz responded:
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (FL-26) applauded a $2,877,758 Health and Human Services (HHS) Head Start grant for Le Jardin Community Center in Homestead, Florida. Le Jardin Community Center provides low-income children and families of diverse backgrounds opportunities to learn, develop, and increase their likelihood of success in the future.
Tulsa, Oklahoma--Democratic Presidential Candidate Mike Bloomberghas a problem with the systematic racism and societal bias that has kept Black America from achieving the economic equity. And he is the only presidential candidate to confront the issue with a proposal to address one of the nations’ most prevalentdilemmas. Bloomberg’s belief that the wall of discrimination has kept Black America from building generational wealthwas reinforced when he visited remnants of the little-known Black Wall Street Massacre site in Tulsa, Oklahoma.It was more evidence of America’s dark history. So, Bloomberg unveiled his Greenwood Initiative that will bring about economic justice to Black Americans at a time when it is essential.