President Obama Endorses Kelley/Uustal Attorney for Florida Senate

We are deeply humbled and grateful to announce that President Barack Obama has formally endorsed Kelley/Uustal Attorney José Javier Rodríguez’s campaign for the Florida Senate.

According to Mr. Rodríguez, “President Barack Obama has been a forceful advocate for everyday people. He has lead our Country in, among other things, responding to long-term needs in education, energy and climate change. It is to continue my work on those very same priorities here in Florida that the President asks for your support as I seek to serve in the Florida Senate.”

Mr. Rodríguez is committed to ensuring a brighter future for Miami by fighting to make sure that better schools are a priority, working for more good jobs that pay a fair wage, and advocating for struggling homeowners and small businesses. In his brief time serving in the Florida House of Representatives, he has successfully advocated for working families, fought for tax relief for homeowners, and championed reforms to ensure that Florida tax dollars are spent wisely. As an attorney at Kelley/Uustal, his work reflects a similar passion for protecting the rights of people during a time of need.

Early voting begins on Monday, October 24, 2016 at 7:00 A.M. and runs for two weeks until Sunday, November 6, 2016. Click here to view the early voting schedule for the Miami-Dade County Elections.

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