If you are a Johnny come lately: Get lost!
Annette Taddeo is Running for Congress in FL district 26
I heard Andrew Korge and Joe Garcia are thinking of running for this seat. Don't do it. Annette Taddeo can handle it. Besides Andrew, you wouldn't run against Gwen Margolis but you will run against Annette? Not kosher. It is not your time. I know you have money but you are not ready. Joe, I just don't have words for you.
Republican Carlos Curbelo currently holds this seat, but come on guys we need a Democrat in our State. All those bible thumpers up North are making all our decisions and we have all the population down here. Don't know how redistricting effected this district. Try to find the newest map on line. I have the best map I could find. Pretty sad. I don't know the demographics for the district but if someone does, please post in comments.
Anyway, I think Annette can win and so does a slew of people giving her support. I got to like Annette more and more as I got to know her.
Congressman Steve Israel said:
"This is a critical time for the United States and we need people in Washington who will stand up for what is right, even when it may be politically difficult. As former Chairman of the DCCC and the Communications Chair of the Democratic Caucus, I’ve helped recruit and encourage many candidates and I would consider Annette Taddeo among the very best. Not only would she be the first Jewish Latina in Congress, she would bring a unique perspective representing all the voices of South Florida."
Miami Dade County Commmissioner Daniella Levine Cava said:
“It is with delight and optimism that I endorse my good friend, Annette Taddeo, for Congress. Annette believes in the people of South Florida and she has never backed down from a challenge. Annette was integral to my own campaign for County Commissioner and she always believed that if we focused on the issues that matter most to the community we would succeed, and succeed we have. From local office to federal office, there has been too much self-interest and not enough public service among too many elected officials. Annette cares about lifting up communities and doing everything we can to see that everyone who works for it can achieve the American Dream. I am excited at the idea of working with Annette to improve the lives of South Florida families.”
Miami Dade County Commissioner Sally Heyman said:
"As a lifetime resident of South Florida, I've spent 40+ years in public service and over 25 years in elected positions serving the people of South Florida and Florida. I'm endorsing Annette Taddeo for Congress because Annette knows our community and understands the challenges and needs we face. Annette has demonstrated her skills as an advocate and a leader who listens. A champion for our public safety needs, accessible healthcare, fighting for funding; Annette Taddeo is the person I want and we need representing us in Washington, D.C."
Miami Dade County Commission Chair Jean Monestime said:
“Miami-Dade could have no better advocate in Congress than Annette Taddeo. She has been a watchdog for the taxpayers, a defender of equality, a promoter of diversity, and a relentless fighter for South Florida. I have seen Annette set her mind to a task and pursue it with determination, even when it wasn’t politically popular. I have also seen her exhibit tremendous grace under pressure. If you think it’s time for our leaders in Washington to seek consensus and start getting results, then I hope you will join me in supporting the candidacy of Annette Taddeo.”
You get the drift…Boys, it is time for you guys to find somewhere else to run.