Val Demings just got another step closer to outsing Marco Rubio from the U.S. Senate in the fall.The pro-LGBTQ congresswoman handily won the Democratic nomination to challenge Little Marcho for his U.S.
Senate seat in November, thus setting herself up to become Florida’s first Black female senator.Demings received over 1.2 million ballots, or 84% of the vote, in yesterday’s primary.“Together, I really do believe this daughter of a maid and janitor who is not supposed to be standing here tonight,” she said during her victory speech last night. “I really do believe that together we can do anything!”We did it, Florida!
We won the primary, now it’s time for us to #RetireRubio – watch my speech live now: https://t.co/EAZK2T5Rro #RunningtoWin— Val Demings (@valdemings) August 23, 2022But the good news doesn’t stop there.Demings is also giving Rubio a run for his money in many of the polls.An August 8 to 12 survey conducted by the University of North Florida found she had a four point lead against him, garnering 48% of support to his 44%.
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