White supremacists send out racist robocall targeting Florida governor candidate

White supremacists send out racist robocall targeting Florida governor candidate

White supremacists send out racist robocall targeting Florida governor candidate

Gillum, the state's first-ever black gubernatorial nominee and the mayor of Tallahassee, was mocked in the calls sent by an Idaho-based neo-Nazi group called The Road to Power.

Andrew Gillum, who won the Democratic primary for Florida governor in a stunning upset Tuesday, raised $1 million in the first 24 hours after his nomination, according to spokesperson Geoff Burgan.

Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum is picking up cash and lots of attention in the aftermath of his surprising win in Florida's primary.

Led by a young progressive and an establishment moderate running in two of the nation's marquee races, Florida Democrats on Friday promised to offer a message of unity, inclusiveness, hope and diversity during the next two months of campaigning toward November's general election.

Gillum hammered Scott and Republican leaders for not addressing climate change or raising the minimum wage and for opposing the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare. Gillum himself later said on Fox News it was more like a "bullhorn".

"Preach!" members of the crowd shouted a few times. Bernie Sanders and the financial backing of billionaires Tom Steyer and George Soros. "We're going to leave them there and we're going to continue to press toward a higher mark".

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DeSantis' campaign also acknowledged Thursday that he had been an administrator of a Tea Party Facebook group that included racist content, but said the candidate was completely unaware and deleted his connection to the group as soon as he found out about it. "The last thing we need is to do is to monkey this up by trying to embrace a socialist agenda with huge tax increases and bankrupting the state", DeSantis told Fox News after winning the primary.

When asked about the corruption probe by reporters Friday, Gillum reiterated that he is not the subject of the inquiry and emphasized that he is willing to provide any information sought by the federal investigators, before pointing the finger at Trump.

"Let's build off the success we've had on Gov. Scott", says DeSantis.

But the endorsement isn't all Gillum can expect from the group - they plan to pitch in with a fundraising tour and a "massive campaign" to spread the word to 500,000 Florida voters who see LGBTQ rights as a major factor in whether they'll cast a ballot on Election Day. "The good news is I think they undermine Floridians here", Gillum said of DeSantis' remarks.

"On Nov. 6, you know what we are going to be singing?" Nobody wants more to make sure that any actions that are taken that are inappropriate, illegal, or inconsistent with the laws of this state, that people are held fully accountable.

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