Saturday, August 24, 2019
Vice President Mike Pence was in Miami to launch Latinos for Trump which champions the president’s record and agenda within local communities and will work to identify supporters, empower activists, and help to deliver the president’s message of ‘Promises Made, Promises Kept’ across the country.”
Hispanic voters are front and center this week as Telemundo hosts 20 contenders for the Democratic presidential nomination and two rounds of debates while Vice President Mike Pence launches Latinos for Trump in Miami.
With 20 candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination taking part in debates on Wednesday and Thursday, a new poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden is the man to beat in Florida.
With 20 Democrats angling for their party’s presidential nomination meeting in two debates in South Florida later this week, some of the underdog candidates are trying to get some attention and momentum in the Sunshine State.
Sestak, who served more than three decades in the Navy and who rose to the rank of vice admiral, entered the race on Sunday.
“Vice President Pence looks forward to returning to Florida to launch the ‘Latinos for Trump’ coalition – a national effort to mobilize Latino supporters of President Trump,” said Hannah Castillo, Trump’s director of coalitions.
The nomination passed the Senate on a 54-44 vote which mostly followed party lines. Florida’s two senators voted to confirm Winsor and were happy to see his nomination cross the finish line.
When Gov. Ron DeSantis picked then state Rep. Halsey Beshears to serve as secretary of the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, a seat representing parts of the Big Bend and North Florida was left vacant.
Kicking off his 2020 campaign in front of a packed house at the Amway Center in Orlando, the president began his reelection campaign by telling the crowd there will be a new slogan in 2020: “Keep America Great.”
President Donald Trump arrives in Orlando on Tuesday for a massive rally to kickoff his 2020 reelection campaign--and both parties are fired up and ready to go for the launch.