The crowd that gathered in Miami this weekend to support Juan Guaidó, Venezuela’s rightful leader, showed that the people of Venezuela are not alone. They should know that when the Maduro government falls, we will support the country’s efforts to rebuild a free, prosperous and democratic Venezuela.
Today, Compton Mayor Aja Brown endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg, in part due to his plan to address our national infrastructure, reduce waste and bureaucracy by sending Federal dollars to the local level, his All-In-Economy agenda focused on job creation through investment in cities, and equitable economic agenda for Blacks and Latinos, including immigration reform.
If you have not seen Mike’s powerful Super Bowl ad on gun violence, click below. In the 60-second spot, Calandrian Simpson Kemp tells the story of her son, George Kemp Jr., who played football from the age of four and had aspirations to go to the NFL. Calandrian is attending Super Bowl tonight. Of the ad that will air during the game, she said, “I’m going to tell George that he made it…to know that this was his passion since age four, and to now be able to have the world see my son, to see George Kemp Jr., in the Super Bowl. He made it in a different way and his mama sure is proud of him.”
Today, former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg, lauding his track record as mayor of New York City, his efforts to unify the country, and calling him the only option to defeat President Donald Trump in the election. Villaraigosa served as the Mayor of Los Angeles for two terms from 2005 to 2013 and led the U.S. Conference of Mayors as President in 2011.
Democratic president candidate Mike Bloomberg proposed tax reforms targeting the wealthiest people and corporations in the country, to pay for critical priorities like health care, infrastructure, education, climate resilience, and affordable housing.
Several new polls show Mike Bloomberg continuing to build momentum as we run a nationwide campaign to defeat Donald Trump. Mike beats Trump by two percentage points (45% to 43%) in a head-to-head matchup, according to a Zogby Analytics national poll released Thursday.