Andrew GillumGovernor of Florida
Andrew Gillum (D) is the Mayor of Tallahassee. He was born in Miami Dade County, and he served on the Tallahassee City Commission before being elected mayor. He is currently running for Governor of Florida. He’s the only candidate who is not a self-financed millionaire or billionaire.
Andrew Gillum has a history of progressive leadership.
As Mayor of Tallahassee, Gillum:
- ushered in a new Ban the Box Policy to help former offenders find employment in the city.
- led the charge for more common sense gun safety policies including, but not limited to, a ban on assault weapons, large capacity magazines, and bump stocks.
Andrew Gillum is invested in criminal justice reform.
If elected, Gillum will:
- automatically re-enfranchise formerly incarcerated people and appoint judges who reflect Florida’s diversity.
- advocate for bail reform and the legalization of marijuana.
Andrew Gillum values quality public education.
As Governor, Gillum will:
- increase the starting salary for teachers and give teachers the raise they deserve.
- restore public school construction funds.
- increase SHOP 2.0 vocational training.
Andrew Gillum is passionate about keeping families together.
- it’s time to abolish ICE.
- compassionate immigration policy is possible and necessary.
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- Tax collector’s office that issues driver’s licenses or Florida identification cards
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