@DavidJollyFL believes that life begins at conception which is contrary to the viewpoints of both @RuthsListFL & @emilyslist. Will they be dropping their endorsements of @GwenGraham since clearly she’s not progressive on women’s rights to consider a running mate like this?— Nikki Barnes (@DemNikkiBarnes) May 14, 2018
.@GwenGraham’s already considering splitting the ticket to run w/the GOP, even w/an energized Democratic base ready to vote them out. Dems will WIN by standing up for our values— NOT by becoming Republicans. This is exactly why we need @AndrewGillum. https://t.co/6Jcs4ITI0c— Rep. Carlos G Smith (@CarlosGSmith) May 14, 2018
I have a question for everyone who believes the best chance @FlaDems have to win statewide is a so-called “centrist” candidate. Would you consider @ScottforFlorida or @marcorubio (who won statewide multiple times) to be “centrists”? #Sayfie— Rep. Carlos G Smith (@CarlosGSmith) May 14, 2018
Every day, I am disgusted that more Republicans, like @AdamPutnam and @RonDeSantisFL, refuse to stand up to @realDonaldTrump and defend decency and our democracy — refuse to place our country and our state ahead of politics. It is appalling.— Gwen Graham (@GwenGraham) May 14, 2018
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