Gillum withdrew from the spotlight in March, after a drug and alcohol–fueled Miami Beach incident landed him in the headlines and, subsequently, rehab.
Gillum trails his Republican opponent by a mere 34,000 votes.
It ain’t over till the fat lady sings, and it looks like Andrew Gillum still has a shot at being Florida’s first Black governor.
All eyes are on Florida on Tuesday as the state decides whether it will choose Trump-backed Republican Ron DeSantis for governor, or elect the more-progressive Democrat Andrew Gillum.
One in five Black Floridians do not have the right to vote due to prior convictions, for which they have already served the time.
Ron DeSantis visibly lost his cool while debating Andrew Gillum in Florida on Wednesday night after being called out on his racist ties.
Maybe you’ve heard of these old adages? Birds of a feather flock together. You are the company you keep. The list goes on, and Ron DeSantis, the GOP’s gubernatorial nominee […]