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2020 PACE Endorsements      (* incumbents)

Federal – Endorsements made by National PACE


President – Joe Biden


​Florida Congressional Races

FL - O1
Phil Ehr D - Click here to volunteer             

FL- 07  
Stephanie Murphy D *  - Click here to volunteer

FL – 09
Darren Soto D * - Click here to volunteer        

FL – 10
Val Demings D * - Click here to volunteer         

FL – 13
Charlie Crist D * - Click here to volunteer

FL – 14
Kathy Castor D * - Click here to volunteer  


FL - 15 Alan Cohn D - Click here to volunteer

FL – 20
Alcee Hastings D * - Click here to volunteer  

FL – 21
Lois Frankel D * - Click here to volunteer

FL – 22
Ted Deutch D * - Click here to volunteer

FL – 23
Debbie Wasserman Schultz D * - Click here to volunteer

FL – 24
Frederica Wilson D * - Click here to volunteer

FL – 26
Debbie Mucarsel-Powell D * - Click here to volunteer

FL – 27
Donna Shalala D * - Click here to volunteer​

Florida Endorsements By Florida Chapter PACE

Florida Local Races (Social Workers Running for Office)

Daniella Levine Cava – Mayor Miami-Dade County  - Click here to volunteer 

Mitch Rosenwald – Oakland Park City Commission - Click here to volunteer  

Pernell Bush – Seminole County Commission, District 5 - Click here to volunteer 

Senate Races 

District 3 –
Loranne Ausley D  - Click here to volunteer

District 9 –
Patricia Sigman D  - Click here to volunteer

District 13 –
Linda Stewart D *  - Click here to volunteer


District 20 - Kathy Lewis D - Click here to volunteer

District 25 –
Gayle Harrell R * - Click here to volunteer

District 37 –
Jose Rodriguez D * - Click here to volunteer

District 39 – Javier Fernandez D  - Click here to volunteer

House Races

District 9 –
Allison Tant D - Click here to volunteer

District 21 –
Kayser Enneking D - Click here to volunteer

District 26 –
Patrick Henry D - Click here to volunteer

District 44 –
Geraldine Thompson D *  - Click here to volunteer

District 47 –
Anna Eskamani D* - Click here to volunteer

District 49 –
Carlos Smith D *  - Click here to volunteer

District 53 -
Phil Moore D - Click here to volunteer


District 59 – Andrew Learned D - Click here to volunteer


District 60 –
Jackie Toledo R * - Click here to volunteer


District 60 -  Julie Jenkins D - Click here to volunteer

District 64 – Jessica Harrington D - Click here to volunteer

District 69 - Jennifer Webb D * - Click here to volunteer

District 73 -
Tommy Gregory R *  - Click here to volunteer

District 81 –
Kelly Skidmore D - Click here to volunteer

District 89 -
Jim Bonfiglio D - Click here to volunteer

District 101 –
Marie Woodson D - Click here to volunteer

District 103 –
Cindy Polo D * - Click here to volunteer

District 104 –
Robin Bartleman D - Click here to volunteer

District 105 –
Maureen Porras D - Click here to volunteer

District 114 –
Jean-Pierre Bado D - Click here to volunteer


District 115 – Franccesca Casti-Browne D  - Click here to volunteer 










​​PACE Endorsements for the 2020 Elections

As social workers we have a commitment to pursuing justice and working for positive change in the larger community, as well as with our clients. Our Legislative Committee works hard all year following state policies that affect our profession and our clients.
 
PACE is a separate entity within NASW-FL that endorses candidates for State office and we will endorse social work candidates in local elections.
 
I am very pleased that our committee, with the capable support of our Executive Director, Jim Akin and our lobbyist, Michael Cusick, spent several meetings reviewing candidates' positions on issues affecting social work. Our committee members represent all parts of Florida. And we depend on the members and you to suggest names of candidates to support-you know your community and that is how we initially consider whom to support.
 
The following lists the candidates we have endorsed. We will be presenting them with a letter and campaign contribution in the next week. We urge you to support these candidates with contributions or volunteer time. When you volunteer, please tell them you represent NASW-FL.
 
You will see on the list three candidates for local office. All are social workers. We urge you to consider running for office. As social workers we have the skills and knowledge to make wise decisions about issues affecting our state and community.
 
Please vote! Vote early and remind all your friends to do so and please vote for the candidates in your area who we have endorsed!
 
Ruth Brandwein, Chair
NASW-FL PACE

POLITICAL ACTION FOR CANDIDATE ELECTION (PACE) COMMITTEE