Florida: Frank Gonzalez Endorsed by DFC

FrankCSPAN.jpgBecause of my recent move (I still don’t have reliable Internet access; “they” tell me to wait until Wednesday) to D.C., I’ve fallen behind on a few postings. One of them was about the Democratic Freedom Caucus endorsement of Frank Gonzalez in Florida’s 21st congressional district. Gonzalez ran for the same seat as a Libertarian in 2004, earning 27.2% of the vote. Gonzalez is running as a Democrat this time and will face the Republican incumbent Lincoln Diaz-Balart in the November election.

From the DFC endorsement:

The Democratic Freedom Caucus (DFC) endorses Frank Gonzalez for congress, running in District 21 in Florida.

Frank has freedom-oriented stands on civil liberties and economic liberty, in which he includes stopping corporate welfare and other favoritism to special interests — those stands are reflected in his statements on the DFA Link page, and on his campaign site:

DFA link: http://www.dfalink.com/campaign.php?id=1137
Campaign website: http://www.electfrank.org

Frank has been participating in the DFC’s email list, dfc_talk, where among other things, he indicated that he also agrees with the DFC Platform’s views regarding tax reform and using the most appropriate, least harmful taxes.

H/T to Logan.

Stephen Gordon

I like tasteful cigars, private property, American whiskey, fast cars, hot women, pre-bailout Jeeps, fine dining, worthwhile literature, low taxes, original music, personal privacy and self-defense rights -- but not necessarily in this order.

  1. I think he’ll do well. He ran a very good campaign as a libertarian on a limited budget.

    Good luck, Frank!