SAVE Action PAC announces 2014 endorsements

SAVE Action PAC is pleased to announce its endorsements in local state legislative and judicial races in the upcoming elections.

These candidates aren't just great advocates for our community, but they're in it to win it as well. Come 2015, South Florida will count among its leaders many more who are proud to stand together with LGBT people.

CLICK HERE TO SEE WHO'S RUNNING IN YOUR AREA >>

daniella.pngDaniella Levine Cava
for Miami-Dade Co. Commission District 8

Vote Tuesday, August 26
Daniella has run a proudly pro-LGBT friendly campaign, and her experience in law and nonprofits makes her a great candidate for this seat.

rachel_glorioso.jpgRachel Glorioso Dooley
for County Court Judge in group 19
Vote Tuesday, August 26
Rachel is a former Assistant State Attorney with over 16 years of experience in court and advocating for minors and victims of sexual abuse.

alberto_milian.jpgAlberto Milian
for 11th Circuit Court Judge in group 27
Vote Tuesday, August 26
Alberto is an attorney specializing in Criminal Law and Law Enforcement Labor Relations with years of experience as a prosecutor.

martin_zilber.jpgMartin Zilber
for 11th Circuit Court Judge in group 58

Vote Tuesday, August 26
Is a private practice attorney with years of experience both in the business world and as an volunteer in the community.

fleur_lobree.jpgFleur Lobree
for 11th Circuit Court Judge in group 67

Vote Tuesday, August 26
Judge Lobree assumed the bench in 2013 and presided over civil, criminal and domestic violence cases as a county judge.

veronica_diaz.jpgVeronica Diaz
for 11th Circuit Court Judge in group 70

Vote Tuesday, August 26
As an Assistant City Attorney for 7 years, Veronica has been able to assist officials in shaping the landscape of the City.

kevin_Burns.jpgKevin Burns
for North Miami Mayor

Vote Tuesday, August 26
Kevin Burns served proudly out as the former Mayor of North Miami and has allied with SAVE in years past. We are proud to support his bid for another term and excited to work with him.

jose_javier_rodriguez.JPGJose Javier Rodriguez
for State House District 112

Vote Tuesday, November 4
Representative Rodriguez has established a track record in Tallahassee as a voice for taxpayers and for everyday working families, including LGBT families.

richardson.pngDavid Richardson
for State House District 113

Vote Tuesday, November 4
Since becoming Florida's first elected openly gay state legislator in 2012, Rep. Richardson has served as one of the LGBT community's strongest supporters.

daisy_baez.JPGDaisy J. Baez
for State House District 114

Vote Tuesday, November 4
Daisy is a healthcare industry veteran with years of executive experience. If elected, she is committed to supporting equality for all Floridians.

kionne_McGhee.pngKionne McGhee
for State House District 117

Vote Tuesday, November 4
Since his election in 2012, Representative McGhee has been an outspoken advocate for the most marginalized members of society, including LGBT people.

 


Ballot Measures
Vote Tuesday, November 4

YES on Amendment 1
Florida Water and Land Conservation Initiative

YES on Amendment 2
Florida Right to Medical Marijuana Initiative

NO on Amendment 3
Florida Prospective Judicial Vacancies



SAVE is proud to report that this slate of candidates was hand-picked by members of the local LGBT community. After a rigorous interview process, these are the candidates who most impressed our LGBT + allied panelists.

To find out if any of these pro-LGBT candidates are running in elections in your area, please visit savedade.org/2014. There, you will be able to view a list of endorsements sorted by neighborhood.

DON'T FORGET! The next election is August 26.

The deadline to register to vote is NEXT MONDAY, July 28.

Print your registration here.

 


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