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OUR CAMPAIGN STORY

We all have a story to tell. Some stories seem seamless, circumventing

roadblocks and hard work along the journey. That’s not our story. 

 

We overcame many obstacles to get here. When you’re fighting for the 

people you expect the road to be rocky. It’s impossible to create

change without challenge.

 

This is our story.

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The People’s Campaign returned to the

race to continue the fight for working families. Sheila continued to campaign

labor rights, universal access to affordable health care, and compassionate reform of the immigration and criminal justice laws. (Percentage of vote?)

2019

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The General Election is scheduled for January 11, 2022. Sheila, Democratic nominee,  will face Republican nominee, Jason Mariner. This is a critical moment for our District. We must vote to ensure that our progressive fight for social justice and immigration reform do not slip into the unjust  policies of the past. We are fighting to build a stronger District 20  for everyone.

2022

2018

Sheila became the first Haitian- American woman to run for Congress in Broward and Palm Beach County. She launched The People’s Campaign and joined the ranks of a national movement of women committed to taking back the House of Representatives for working families.

She did not win the Primary but she did make history, by securing nearly 30% of the votes within 3 months from a 26-year incumbent and only spent $30k.

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2020-2021

Sheila entered the Special Election race against 11 opponents to fill the late Representative Alcee Hasting's seat and after a long recount process, she became the first black woman to represent the people of District 20 as the Democratic nominee for District 20. How did she do it? By showing up for the people, meeting the immediate needs, and focusing on rebuilding the economy in the aftermath of the pandemic. #onwardtogether

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