Florida Democrats Will Spend $4M To Connect With Voters of Color

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The Florida Democratic Party (FDP) announced on May 21 that it plans to spend millions of dollars to organize and engage communities of color. Democrats in the Sunshine State will also advertise in African American-owned publications ahead of the 2020 elections to educate voters in a year-long ad campaign.

The ad campaign, titled “Don’t Fear The Future, Fight For It,” was launched earlier in May and will highlight policies implemented by President Donald Trump, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, and Florida Republicans that marginalize communities of color, the party said.

“The Florida Democratic Party will continue to expose the harm Donald Trump and Republican policies inflict upon our communities,” FDP Chairwoman Terrie Rizzo said in a statement.

“This ad campaign highlights the fact that Donald Trump and Florida Republicans are fighting for policies that put our children in harm’s way, defund education, restrict voting rights that erode the…

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  • whoschu

    “Another planned ad will focus on a bill passed in April that would require formerly incarcerated people to pay fines, fees, and restitution before their voting rights are restored.” The poll tax keeps coming back in ever so slightly changed forms.

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