In his first Spanish language campaign ad, released today, Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg emphasized the stakes for Latino voters in the 2020 presidential election and the importance of defeating President Trump in November.
Too much wealth is in too few hands. And while a handful of big cities are doing well, a lot of the country is struggling; our middle class is being hollowed out; and working Americans are being squeezed by higher prices on everything from health care to housing.
Today, I’m announcing a concrete strategy for spreading good jobs and good pay to places where they don’t exist now. My strategy starts with a basic premise: the federal government is grossly under-investing in America – and Americans.
Akron, Ohio Mayor Daniel Horrigan endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg today, praising his track record and agenda on climate change, common-sense gun safety laws, and a health care plan that expands on the Affordable Care Act to ensure coverage for all Americans.
Today, Mike Bloomberg is unveiling the first components of his “All-In Economy” agenda, a series of initiatives that will bring jobs and income growth to people and communities that have been short-changed by President Trump.
On January 11, Mike Bloomberg 2020 will organize more than 150 voter engagement events across 27 states, marking Day One of its nationwide campaign to defeat Donald Trump and elect Mike Bloomberg president of the United States.
In a new campaign ad released today, Virginia Tech shooting survivor Colin Goddard says Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg is a leader in the national gun safety movement and will take on the NRA when he gets to the White House.