Iorio pushing for change, and possibly a governorship
Hey, did you hear that former Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio is running for governor?
Okay, not exactly. At least, not yet. Though technically, that is what she told me.
But more on that in a minute.
What actually put Iorio back in the headlines this week is this election cycle's glaring evidence of how badly Florida treats voters and voting.
Fewer days to vote early (and from me, thanks so much to Gov. Rick Scott and the Republican-led Legislature for this cynical effort to squelch the voices of minorities and other Democrat-leaning types.)
1. Interesting - I came in to see if there were any prospects
For a REAL Democrat to run for governor. All the people pushing for DU to support Charlie Crist make me want to
If we want to elect Democrats to the state government and send more Democrats from Florida to Washington, we need to start on the 2014 campaigns NOW.
(Besides I feel guilty that I was not able to do much campaigning this round.)
I'll have to ask my sister who has lived in Tampa since the 60s and who has been politically active all that time what she thinks of Pam Iorio. From the article you posted and the Wikipedia article on her, she sounds like a possible contender.
Democrats never agree on anything, that's why they're Democrats. If they agreed with each other, they would be Republicans. Will Rogers