The Honorable Travaris McCurdy

Travaris McCurdy was elected to the Florida House of Representatives (District 46) in 2020 and served until 2022. He went to Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, FL and holds a bachelor’s in political science. McCurdy is the former chief legislative aide to state senators Geraldine Thompson and Randolph Bracy and formerly served as the deputy political director for For Our Future. His community involvement includes serving as a former OCPS-ACE school board member and former West Lakes Partnership board member in addition to his membership with the NAACP and Orange County Democratic Black Caucus. He will continue to lead on the needs of the community in the areas of housing, environmental justice, and economic vitality in District 5.

Mayor Daniella Levine Cava

Daniella Levine Cava became the first woman elected to Miami-Dade County Mayor in 2020. Since then, she included more than half a billion dollars in the county budget for affordable housing solutions, led the effort to adopt the County’s first Tenant Bill of Rights, and launched the Miami-Dade County Affordable Housing Trust Fund. Cava also developed the Miami-Dade Climate Action Plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across our County and has committed to build a plan to divert 90% of waste from landfills and incinerators by investing in zero waste management systems that reduce, reuse, and recycle.

Rep. Tom Keen

Tom Keen is a military veteran and a strong community presence. His commitment to service continued as he became part of the City of Orlando Citizens’ Police Review Board and the Mayor’s Veteran Advisory Council. He has also been part of Leadership Orlando and the Mayor’s City Academy. He was supportive of the Fight for 15 in Florida. Keen engages our communities and will be a progressive advocate in Tallahassee. As a representative, he would amplify the voice of the people and support our members as we fight for justice on every block.

Commissioner Patty Sheehan

Commissioner Patty Sheehan was first elected to the Orlando City Council in 2000, making her one of the most experienced members of the Council. She was the first openly gay person elected to office in Central Florida and has fought for the LGBTQIA+ community ever since, helping to ensure protections against discrimination. One of her current priorities is to combat gentrification by building a new development in Creative Village. Commissioner Sheehan will continue to serve as a fierce advocate for her District 4 constituents.

Commissioner Bakari Burns

Commissioner Bakari F. Burns was first elected to Orlando City Council in 2019. Prior to his election to the Council, Commissioner Burns served on the Orlando municipal planning board, where he co-wrote Orlando’s Housing First Plan. Commissioner Burns has a plan to build affordable homes on empty, bank-owned lots in the district, building partnerships with the tourism industry in Orlando. He’s against gentrification and in favor of low-income families not being priced out of the home buying market. Commissioner Burns will continue to be champion for his constituents when re-elected to the Orlando City Council.

Tom Keen

Tom Keen is a military veteran and a strong community presence. His commitment to service continued as he became part of the City of Orlando Citizens’ Police Review Board and the Mayor’s Veteran Advisory Council. He has also been part of Leadership Orlando and the Mayor’s City Academy. He was supportive of the Fight for 15 in Florida. Keen engages our communities and will be a progressive advocate in Tallahassee. As a representative, he would amplify the voice of the people and support our members as we fight for justice on every block.

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Joyce Morgan

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Lynn Hurtak

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Robin Lockett

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