|Phillip Brutus for State Senate District 38|
LOOK AT THIS MOTHER OF A DISTRICT.
IF YOU ARE NOT SURE OF WHERE YOU LIVE, THE MAP BELOW HAS THE STREETS INCLUDED.
|If you hit on this the street names should appear. Frankly I got tired of piecing it together. However, these are the areas that Phillip Brutus can win.|
Daphne Campbell does not deserve this district. You cannot let her win. During her victory party this Democrat posed with the head of the Republican Party. They are fighting for her. If you have a friend in this district send them this Blog Post.
From the Miami Herald:
There’s a bit of drama in District 38, too — a safe Democratic seat that’s up for grabs between current Democratic state Rep. Daphne Campbell and former state Rep. Phillip Brutus. No Republican ran for the seat, which represents a highly diverse, coastal part of Northeast Miami-Dade.
Brutus, still a registered Democrat, is running as a no-party-affiliated candidate — a “tactical decision,” he admits, to bypass the crowded six-person primary field, where Campbell came out the victor.
“I ran as an NPA in case she won [the primary] to have a second chance at blocking her extremist positions,” Brutus said, adding that he hopes to galvanize Democratic primary voters who didn’t choose Campbell in that August election.
“They had a chance to vote for her and rejected her based on the issues,” he said, criticizing Campbell for “voting with extremist Republicans” on LGBT issues and workers’ rights. He also voiced concerns over her “ethical issues” and questions of fraud that have been raised against her and her family members.
Campbell did not return messages seeking comment.
Phillip Brutus is still waiting for the Miami Herald to interview him for a nod at an endorsement. He said about other endorsements:
I am proud to announce that I formally received the endorsement of AFSCME and the South Florida Labor Council thus far in my race for the Florida Senate, District 38. These Labor Unions serve more than 2 million Floridians and have upwards of 4000 local Union outlets.
I also received the endorsement of Miami-Dade County Commissioner Daniella Levine-Cava, Palmetto Bay Mayor Eugene Flinn, Pinecrest Mayor Cindy Lerner, SAVE and the political arm of the Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce of Florida.