Priorities for Tracie Davis
All Florida voters must have the opportunity to exercise their right to vote, whether it be by mail-in ballot or at the polls. Your vote is your voice in our democracy.
As the former Duval County Deputy Supervisor of Elections, Tracie Davis understands the importance of elections being free, fair, and accessible for every eligible citizen. That’s why she led the charge to protect voting rights as a member of the Florida House of Representatives and will continue to:
Too many Jacksonville families work full time and still can’t make ends meet, much less get ahead. Tracie Davis has spent her career fighting for hard working families, workers’ rights, and local small business owners.
Tracie believes we need an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top. In the Florida Senate, she will:
Affordable health care is a right, not a privilege, yet millions of Floridians do not have health insurance. Many Floridians are one medical emergency away from financial ruin. This is simply unacceptable.
Making sure every hard working family has healthcare they can afford means:
As a mother, grandmother, and former educator, Tracie understands the impact teachers and public schools have on our children’s success. Unfortunately, millions of dollars have been shifted away from our local public schools. Tracie Davis believes every child in Florida should have equal access to a high-quality public education.
As our senator she will:
Jacksonville has been hit hard by Florida’s affordable housing crisis. As the price of homes, rent, and insurance skyrockets, families are being forced to leave their residences. Year after year, state trust funds reserved to create more affordable housing in Florida are drained to pay for projects that line the pockets of political insiders.
Tracie Davis will continue to:
Women experience increased rates of domestic and sexual violence, make less per dollar than men for the same work, and consistently face attacks on their ability to make their own health care decisions.
As our senator, Tracie promises to continue to: