Wes with Val Demings at Cask & Larder in Winter Park.
Wes at the February meeting of the Orange County Democratic Executive Committee.
Thank you to the International Relations Club at the University of Central Florida for having me to talk last night! We discussed graduate school, job applications, and working and living overseas!
This Valentine's Day, we're not feeling the love for nuclear weapons.
Members of Congress OK with lavish CODELs, but not SNAP
This year we're not really feeling the love. In fact, we're breaking up with our longstanding bedfellow:
We've finally realized what ancient, gold-digging relics they really are, and everyone would be better off without them. Lets send the message, loud and clear, so they aren't left thinking there's still a chance.
Its not me, it's you.
The United for Care campaign has placed Medical Marijuana on the 2014 Florida ballot, yet Federal laws remain highly inconsistent from state laws. That is why I support the letter sent by 18 Members of Congress to President Obama regarding the rescheduling of marijuana.
Governor Scott would prefer it if students had to go off campus to vote early, which will make it more difficult and less convenient for students to vote.
There is a term for what we're seeing: voter suppression. It's wrong, and I condemn the actions being taken right now in Tallahassee.
Click here to watch the floor speech given by U.S. Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL), who also criticized the Florida Governor.
The House of Representatives voted to raise the debt ceiling of the United States, and the measure passed the House 221 to 201.
Had I been in the House, it would have passed 222 to 200.
The food stamp program, which is formally called the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, is one of the most effective fiscal stimulus programs our government has to combat poverty and the weak economy.