Margaret Good has been a Florida resident for over a decade. Whether working as a non-profit professional, attorney, or State Representative, Margaret has dedicated her career to putting Florida families first. She shares the values and tenacity UAW members bring to work each day.
WHY VOTE GOOD FOR CONGRESS?
SHE’S FIGHTING FOR HEALTH CARE REFORM
In the State House, Margaret Good serves as a leader of the Health Market Reform Subcommittee. On this committee she has fought for fairer health care plan options that ensure Floridians can afford quality care and life-saving prescriptions. She co-sponsored a bill that created health care regulation in Florida, ensured coverage could not be denied to individuals with preexisting conditions, and created a Prescription Drug Affordability Commission to regulate costs.
SHE’S ADVOCATING FOR RETIRED SENIORS
Margaret Good understands that many Florida residents are aging seniors who rely on the benefits promised to them upon retirement. She has fought to stop cuts and the privatization of Social Security, protecting those benefits for all who deserve them. She’s also worked in the Florida State House to co-sponsor bills that prevent seniors who need long-term care from being overlooked.
SHE’S EQUIPPING FLORIDIANS WITH THE RESOURCES TO FIGHT COVID-19
As COVID-19 has gravely impacted Florida communities, Margaret has worked to ensure they are connected with the information and resources they need. She compiled resources onto a website and set up a text chain to give constituents a way to receive imperative ongoing updates from her and her team. She has fought to ensure Floridians are informed during the pandemic, so that they can be protected from getting sick, can stop the spread of the virus, and can quickly access the financial resources they need to protect their families.
Margaret Good has a track record of fighting for Florida families. She’s not afraid to stand up to protect residents of the 16th District. That’s why the UAW endorses Margaret Good for Congress.
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