Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will pump $100 million into Florida to bolster the Biden-Harris plan to deny President Trump a second term in November.
But a local grassroots organization is also doing its part to swing this perennial swing state blue.
The winner garners 29 electoral votes in a presidential race that may be close nationally and lead to numerous state and federal court challenges.
So, a group in Broward County, the second most-populous county in Florida, is reaching out to potential voters, partly with this pitch:
We are fighting on:
├ ┼""People before profits
├ ┼""The right to housing, an education, and economic stability
├ ┼""The creation of millions of union jobs
├ ┼""Investment in Black, Brown, and Indigenous communities
├ ┼""The fight for racial justice
├ ┼""The fight for immigrant justice
├ ┼""The fight for environmental injustice
├ ┼""Action on the climate crisis
├ ┼""Reinvestment in our public institutions
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