that's my congress titleCongressional Resources for Florida Voters

Florida is not one state, but a mix of communities that have been whipped up into opposition against each other by the race-baiting politics of the Florida Republican Party. The hopes for an end to this strife are found in progressive ideals, which value diversity of all kinds.

In 2006, Floridians have the chance to talk back to the Republican splitters. We can kick the corrupt Republicans out of Florida's delegation Congress in the mid-term elections in 2006, just around the corner.

As difficult as life is now for Florida progressives, we encourage them not to give up. For motivated Florida progressives, the links below lead to information and activist resources to help in the struggle to take back the Congress in 2006 and promote progressive ideals across the United States.

Florida's United States Senators

Senator Mel Martinez, Republican. Progressive Action Score for Senator Mel Martinez: 0/100. (Contact Senator Martinez)
Senator Bill Nelson, Democrat. Progressive Action Score for Senator Bill Nelson: 33/100. (Contact Senator Nelson)

Florida's Delegation to the US House of Representatives

Representative Michael Bilirakis, Republican, representing District 9 . Progressive Action Score for Michael Bilirakis: 0/100. (Contact Representative Bilirakis)
Representative Allen Boyd, Democrat, representing District 2 . Progressive Action Score for Allen Boyd: 38/100. (Contact Representative Boyd)
Representative Corrine Brown, Democrat, representing District 3 . Progressive Action Score for Corrine Brown: 69/100. (Contact Representative Brown)
Representative Ginny Brown-Waite, Republican, representing District 5. Progressive Action Score for Ginny Brown-Waite: 0/100. (Contact Representative Brown-Waite)
Representative Ander Crenshaw, Republican, representing District 4 . Progressive Action Score for Ander Crenshaw: 0/100. (Contact Representative Crenshaw)
Representative Jim Davis, Democrat, representing District 11 . Progressive Action Score for Congressman Jim Davis: 54/100. (Contact Representative Davis)
Representative Lincoln Diaz-Balart, Republican, representing District 21 . Progressive Action Score for Lincoln Diaz-Balart: 0/100. (Contact Representative Diaz-Balart)
Representative Mario Diaz-Balart, Republican, representing District 25. Progressive Action Score for Mario Diaz-Balart: 0/100. (Contact Representative Diaz-Balart)
Representative Tom Feeney, Republican, representing District 24 . Progressive Action Score for Tom Feeney: 0/100. (Contact Representative Feeney)
Representative Mark Foley, Republican, representing District 16. Progressive Action Score for Congressman Mark Foley: 0/100. (Contact Representative Foley)
Representative Katherine Harris, Republican, representing District 13. Progressive Action Score for Katherine Harris: 0/100. (Contact Representative Harris)
Representative Alcee Hastings, Democrat, representing District 23. Progressive Action Score for Alcee Hastings: 62/100. (Contact Representative Hastings)
Representative Ric Keller, Republican, representing District 8 . Progressive Action Score for Ric Keller: 0/100. (Contact Representative Keller)
Representative Connie Mack, Republican, representing District 14. Progressive Action Score for Connie Mack: 0/100. (Contact Representative Mack)
Representative Kendrick Meek, Democrat, representing District 17. Progressive Action Score for Kendrick Meek: 54/100. (Contact Representative Meek)
Representative John Mica, Republican, representing District 7. Progressive Action Score for John Mica: 0/100. (Contact Representative Mica)
Representative Jeff Miller, Republican, representing District 1 . Progressive Action Score for Jeff Miller: 0/100. (Contact Representative Miller)
Representative Adam Putnam, Republican, representing District 12. Progressive Action Score for Congressman Adam Putnam: 0/100. (Contact Representative Putnam)
Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Republican, representing District 18 . Progressive Action Score for Ileana Ros-Lehtinen: 0/100. (Contact Representative Ros-Lehtinen)
Representative E. Clay Shaw, Republican, representing District 22. Progressive Action Score for E. Clay Shaw: 0/100. (Contact Representative Shaw)
Representative Cliff Stearns, Republican, representing District 9. Progressive Action Score for Congressman Cliff Stearns: 0/100. (Contact Representative Stearns)
Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Democrat, representing District 20. Progressive Action Score for Debbie Wasserman Schultz: 62/100. (Contact Representative Wasserman Schultz)
Representative Dave Weldon, Republican, representing District 15. Progressive Action Score for Congressman David Weldon: 0/100. (Contact Representative Weldon)
Representative Robert Wexler, Democrat, representing District 19. Progressive Action Score for Robert Wexler: 77/100. (Contact Representative Wexler)
Representative C.W. Bill Young, Republican, representing District 10. Progressive Action Score for Congressman Bill Young: 0/100. (Contact Representative Young)

Resources for Congressional Coverage And Electoral Action

  • Bombing Mecca: Tom Tancredo's surprising proposal made on WFLA-AM in Florida

  • Why are big government Republicans ripping families apart in Florida?

  • Florida Republicans force a 13 year-old girl to become a mother

  • If liberals are sick of fighting for Florida, why can't it just secede from the Union along with all other red states?
  • Florida Representative Katherine Harris refuses to denounce the statement that all black people are on drug treatment.

  • The Republican claim to defend states rights is belied by the push to drill for oil off the coast of Florida

  • Crazy Republican Larry Klayman suggests invading Cuba

  • President Bush aims for the moon to woo Florida voters

  • Progressive directory for Florida

    Progressive Florida Bumper Stickers and Campaign Buttons

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