Daphine Campbell is a registered nurse from the Caribbean. She entered representational politics in 2010 and served as State Representative for 6 years and State Senator for 2 years. Throughout her career, former Senator Campbell accomplished many things both for her constituency in House District 108, Senate District 38 and for the entire State of Florida. She was instrumental in championing several bills including: “Medical Malpractice,” “Affordable Housing,” and “Haitian American Nurses Awareness Week,” Caribbean American Heritage Month.
MIAMI —Early Voting for the August 18, 2020 Primary Election begins Monday, August 3 and runs for 14 consecutive days through Sunday, August 16 at 23 convenient locations throughout Miami-Dade County. The full list of Early Voting sites, including hours of operation and addresses can be found on the 2020 Elections Early Voting page.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (FL-26), member of the Judiciary Committee and the first member of Congress from South America, questioned Attorney General Bill Barr about the Trump administration’s response to the protests in Portland; blocking states from implementing COVID-19 precautions; attempt to dismantle the Affordable Care Act (ACA); and election interference. During her testimony, she shared back-to-back footage of Maduro’s security cracking down on peaceful protests with footage of U.S. officers cracking down on peaceful protesters in Portland.
Miami-Dade County – On July 27, 2020, County Commissioners unanimously adopted legislation sponsored by Vice Chairwoman Sosa, urging the State of Florida to provide relief to residents struggling to pay their property taxes in the wake of COVID-19 and the resulting economic impacts.