“When my personal situation becomes distracting to our core mission of electing Democrats and making Florida better, it is time for me to step aside,” Bittel said in a statement. “I am proud of what we have built as a Party and the wins we have had for Florida families, but I apologize for all who have felt uncomfortable during my tenure at the Democratic Party.”
In response to the Associated Press’ public report reaffirming the DNC was hacked by Russia and news that prosecutors are considering bringing charges against six Russian government officials, DNC deputy communications director Adrienne Watson released the following statement:
State Senator Victor Torres, Senator Bill Nelson and former HUD Secretary Julian Castro at our Keep on Winning lunch!
Beginning her service in Tallahassee this week as Florida’s newest state senator, Miami Democrat Annette Taddeo said she aims to be “a voice of inclusion, a voice of opportunity for all.”
On this week’s Democrats Live, we’re joined by House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer.