About One South Florida


With so many of our families struggling to put food on the table, the last thing we need is a foreclosure crisis or spikes in gas prices. Unemployment in Florida has hit its highest point in 13 years. Our middle-class is caught in an economic squeeze that keeps many of our families one illness away from financial devastation. It's time for an entirely new approach. It's now or never in South Florida — and the whole nation will be watching. Read More

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"Mini-Bush" Mario Diaz-Balart Standing Tall for Bush's Failed Economic Policies

"Mini-Bush" Mario Diaz-Balart Standing Tall for Bush's Failed Economic Policies

 
 

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Our Issues

  • FALLING WAGES
    Middle income residents in Miami-Dade county have never faced an economic squeeze like this. A recent study by Florida International University found that people's wages in South Florida have not even come... Read Issue
  • ECONOMIC DISTRESS
    Unemployment in Florida has risen to a 13-year high and tens of thousands of homes are facing foreclosure. According to calculations made by Wachovia Bank, one of the biggest in our region,... Read Issue
  • VANISHING MIDDLE CLASS
    Miami remains among the five poorest cities in the United States, and Miami-Dade is among the top ten counties in the entire United States with the largest income gap between rich and... Read Issue
  • CONFUSED PRIORITIES
    While our cost of living soared and wages for the poor plunged, our representatives in Washington expired all of their political capital supporting Bush's counter-productive Cuba sanctions. Instead of bringing badly... Read Issue
  • GAS PAINS
    Even before gas prices hit $4 a gallon, consumer price inflation rose five percent annually in South Florida, much faster than wages and much faster than the national... Read Issue
  • BANKRUPT POLICY
    Now that South Floridian families are facing daunting challenges like never before such as record foreclosures, skyrocketing unemployment and runaway health care costs, Washington made it nearly impossible... Read Issue
  • OIL ADDICTION
    Instead of seeking new solutions to the problem of energy and oil addiction, South Florida's congressional representatives have catered to Bush friends in the oil industry. Last month,... Read Issue
  • OUR CHILDREN LEFT BEHIND
    Florida's education and graduation rates consistently rank among the lowest in the nation. Among the causes lies the support of our local representatives for No Child Left... Read Issue