Our best choice to defeat Rep. Fresen

You can see how close we came in 2012. We were outspent 20 to 1, but nearly half of the voters rejected the ethically challenged incumbent — and trusted Ross Hancock, with his pro-homeowner and pro-environmental vision. If we had been able to switch just 702 more voters out of 60,000, Ross would be in Tallahassee right now fighting for our community.

Let’s build on that record and make an even stronger challenge in 2014. Ross has the highest name-recognition throughout the district. He has bipartisan support. And more importantly, his message of progressive fiscal responsibility and his dedication to the values of Miami-Dade homeowners is what voters in the district have been asking for! [Read More...]

Progressive fiscal responsibility


What does “progressive fiscal responsibility” mean? It means making every legislative decision in the context of protecting the value of our investment in our homes, our ability to retire with dignity, and the future prosperity of our children.

The gridlock in government is caused by political factions who don’t share political views. If we want to make some progress, let’s all agree on three shared values:

  • Enhancing the value of our investments in our homes.
  • Our ability to retire with dignity.
  • The future prosperity of our children. [Read More...]

Good environmental news

gallup2We don’t have as many “environmental candidates” as we used to. Gallup polling shows a 28-year trend in which the environment loses its priority during tough economic times. But it’s on the upswing now, like the stock market. Our 2012 campaign seemed to do very well with its environmental emphasis, especially because our coastal district is full of people with true conservationist values. [Read More...]