Just one of every four Florida voters cast ballots in the primary elections for governor. The other 10 million voters sat it out or were shut out because they are not Republicans or Democrats. As a result, there is no centrist on the November ballot who offers broad appeal in a sharply divided state. But there is one candidate who could reset priorities, rebalance government and check the Florida Legislature’s worst impulses: Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum.
Orlando, Fla. -- Today, Mayor Andrew Gillum proudly received the support of the sheriffs of Leon County, Alachua County, Orange County, Osceola County, and Gadsden County. The sheriffs recognized Mayor Gillum’s commitment to working with law enforcement to root out crime and corruption in Tallahassee and how he significantly reduced violent crime by 24 percent.
MIAMI-DADE – County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava shared the following statement following the approval of the application to extend the 836 toll road outside the Urban Development Boundary into wetlands and farmland in far West Dade:
Tallahassee, Fla. - Today, the Gillum for Governor campaign released a new television ad titled "Healthcare Should Be a Right, Not A Privilege" highlighting how everyday Floridians should have access to quality, affordable healthcare, not living in fear of being one illness away from bankruptcy.