Val Demmings, Charlie Crist make campaign stops in Miami

MIAMI – Candidates are campaigning throughout South Florida. On Friday, prime democratic candidates, Val Demings and Charlie Crist’s campaigns led them to Aventura, Brickell and eventually Coral Gables.

“I am bringing my real-life experiences to the table,” says Val Demings.

Today Val Demings telling us she’s actual and uncooked.  She took to the stage saying she’ll struggle for ladies’s rights and equal alternatives.

“I am the daughter of a maid and a janitor. I know what it is to struggle. I watched my dad work 7 days a week to keep a roof over our head and food on the table,” she says.

The former Orlando Police Chief continues to say she’ll deliver her power and keenness to the Senate.

  Charlie Crist 


“As a law enforcement officer, yeah, I was tough on crime. But I also worked on the life quality issues that caused decay in communities in the first place. I’ve taken that same spirit and attitude to the US House of Representatives, and I will take it to the Senate,” mentioned Demings.

Congressman Charlie Crist can also be campaigning in Miami-Dade County. He raised $3,000,000 in the primary 9 days of the overall election. He resigned from congress earlier this week to concentrate on the campaign towards Gov. Ron DeSantis.

“We just got good economic numbers on the national scene, about 300,000 jobs produced. We need to do that from the Governor’s office in Florida,” mentioned Crist.

He says he needs to deliver the tv and movie trade again to the sunshine state by way of his Entertainment Florida Plan.

“We’ll work with legislators in both parties to restore incentives, we’ll work to develop top-tier industry talent, we’ll work with city and county film commissions to ensure the credit is working as it’s intended to.  We were number 3 in film production in the country when I was governor and now, we’re not even in the top 20,” says Crist.

Senator Marco Rubio was in city Friday meeting with Nicaraguan leaders. On Thursday, he met with individuals at a religion breakfast. As for Gov. DeSantis, his office tells CBS4 the general public calendar with the place he’ll be making campaign stops has not but come out.

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