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About Leaders for Tomorrow

Leaders for Tomorrow was inspired from the Bernie Political Revolution movement. We must defeat the establishment and help good non-establishment leaders to run for office. Leaders for Tomorrow has seen many great candidates being over looked by the state party, just because they do not have the financial means.  This is the problem in our government, only rich people get to run our country and our state. Of the 160 members of the Florida House and Senate, there will be 53 millionaires writing laws for Floridians the next two years.

Leaders for Tomorrow, does not believe in this philosophy. A party label is not enough to identify a candidate’s core beliefs and policy positions. We will recruit candidates with the vision to make our community a place with, racial equity, social and economic justice, interdependence between people and our environment, and sustainability are core to who we are and what progressives believe.

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    Who wins biggest in the GOP tax plan? The lazy rich.

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