The meeting held in the city of Doral, was attended by a senator and four state representatives, in addition to candidates
Online PR News – 21-August-2019 – Miami, FL – (MIAMI, August 20, 2019) - Miami was the backdrop for an important legislative event, where prominent Florida legislators from both political parties joined CFC Florida at its 2019 Legislative Victory Breakfast.
The bipartisan meeting served as a stage for senators and representatives of Florida to present breakfast attendees a summary of their legislative efforts for the current year in Tallahassee.
Among the legislators who attended the event were state senator Dennis Baxley, along with state representatives James Bush, Ana MarÃa RodrÃguez, Anthony RodrÃguez and Juan FernÃ¡ndez BarquÃn.
Similarly, Candidates aspiring different positions in upcoming election were in attendance, such as MarÃa Elvira Salazar, who is running for the 27th district of the Federal Congress, and Miguel Soliman, who aspires to occupy the chair of the 5th district in the Miami-Dade Commission, among others.
Anthony Verdugo, CFC Florida Founder and Executive Director, said, "We are honored to be joined by so many important legislators and candidates from both major parties as we gather to celebrate our historic gains in Tallahassee during this year's legislative session. This event is a testament to the hard work of CFC Florida in our State Capitol and to the fact that our message of faith, family and freedom belongs to both Republicans and Democrats".
Since 2003, the CFC of Florida has been an organization that fights for the defense of human rights and social justice and acts as "a voice in the Government" against discrimination against people of faith.
Likewise, this organization was founded with the purpose of providing representation to the "pro-families" citizens of Florida and ensuring that religious freedoms are protected from government interference.