COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS RECOMMENDS JOE GARCIA FOR U.S. CONGRESS 26th DISTRICT OF FLORIDA

JOE GARCIA

JOE GARCIA

Joe Garcia has been fighting for Democrats and progressive causes in Miami his entire career. Born and raised in Miami, Garcia is a product of local Miami schools, from primary school to Miami-Dade Community College and the University of Miami where he earned both his bachelor’s and law degrees.

Garcia served on the Florida Public Service Commission, successfully lowering power bills for all Floridians. In 2008, President Obama appointed Garcia a director in the Department of Energy where he worked to cut energy bills for America’s families.

Garcia was elected to Congress in 2012, representing the 26th District. In Washington, he cut student loan rates by 50 percent, brought millions in job corp funding to Miami-Dade, and worked with President Obama on executive actions to reform the broken immigration system and allow Dreamers to stay in the US.

Now running again for Congress, he wishes to secure wins for South Floridians in immigration reform, pocketbook issues like flood insurance and student loan reductions, and deliver millions in federal investment to protect and preserve Florida’s environment and provide families with the resources they need to earn an honest wage.

For Florida’s 26th Congressional District, Community Newspapers recommends Joe Garcia


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Bill Kress
Bill Kress is an editorial consultant with the Community Newspapers, covering business news, non-profits, and municipal government. He is a seasoned public relations practitioner, news reporter, photographer, and social media expert. Bill may be reached at bill@kresscom.com or call 305-763-2429.

2 Comments on "COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS RECOMMENDS JOE GARCIA FOR U.S. CONGRESS 26th DISTRICT OF FLORIDA"

  1. Joe Garcia is a true leader who has served our community well for decades. He will continue to champion comprehensive immigration reform, lowering student loan rates, and women’s rights in the workplace, in healthcare decisions and equality for all, so more of us regular folks can achieve the American Dream!

  2. You forgot to mention the scandal associated with this man the last time he was running for congress

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