Democratic gubernatorial candidate and entrepreneur Jeff Greene today launched two new campaign ads highlighting his commitment to protecting seniors’ healthcare and social security, and giving Florida’s workers a raise by transforming our economy and the job landscape.
The first ad, titled “Fighting for Seniors,” focuses on Jeff’s commitment to protecting seniors from Trump’s attempts to privatize social security and Medicare, lower drug costs, prevent insurers from providing coverage to those with preexisting conditions, and expand Medicaid.
In Greene’s second ad, “Wages,” he pledges to fight to transform the low-wage, low-skill economy Rick Scott has created into higher-skilled, higher-paying jobs for Florida’s workers. Greene has created thousands of jobs through his own successful real-estate business, and is educating the future generation of workers at his innovative, need-blind West Palm Beach school.
About Jeff Greene
Greene entered the Governor’s race on June 1, launching a campaign to offer a breakthrough voice and vision for Florida after polls revealed most Democratic voters remained undecided. Greene comes from humble beginnings – the struggling busboy-turned-successful entrepreneur attended public schools, worked three jobs throughout college, lived essentially out of the back of his Pontiac Grand Am selling circus tickets across the country, and took out student loans to get through college and Harvard Business School. He is running for Governor to give every family in Florida the same tools and opportunities to succeed that he had. Greene is focused on transforming public education and providing access to comprehensive pre-kindergarten for all 3- and 4-year-olds. He will stand up to Trump’s divisive rhetoric and dangerous policies, as seen in two of his recent television ads – one of which features video of Greene and Trump in a confrontation at a Trump property. Florida Democrats understand Greene’s unique ability to spend whatever it takes to go toe-to-toe with what have been overwhelmingly better-funded Republicans in the general election. Jeff Greene is poised to regain Democratic control of the Governor’s office for the first time in 20 years, without being beholden to any special interest groups whatsoever