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Natalie Jackson will be the Congressional Representative that we need in these times. She has triumphed over hardship, understands duty, honor, and country are at the core of what makes a leader, and has taken that fight to the courtroom for true justice. We must match victories with juries to policy in DC.

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ABOUT NATALIE

A message from Natalie

Running for Congress is a continuation of the fight I bring to the courtroom and the community every day. We cannot count it as a victory if we win cases if we don’t change the policies that allowed these injustices to occur. Representing Florida’s 10th Congressional District means so much more than just another battle of slogans and TV ads. This is where Val Demings built a legacy in the district as a leader for the state. Today we face an ongoing struggle for the opportunity and the future for our children.

We must restore faith in the American Dream that we put in the work; we will be able to raise a family, live comfortably, and enjoy life. What is the point of living in a district with places like Disney World, the “Happiest Place on Earth” if we can never afford to go there? I was born and raised in Central Florida with my mother, Francis, who fought against racial injustices with the NAACP and stood up for our community. We both believed in America’s promise of freedom and equality for all. That promise stayed with me when I joined the U.S. Navy. I was commissioned as a naval intelligence officer and then assigned to the USS Roosevelt as a part of the first team of women allowed on a combat vessel in 1994. Through my experience and expertise, I was stationed at the Pentagon, working for the Joint Chiefs of Staff with the Department of Defense. After nine years of active service, I put myself through law school as a single mother and graduated from the University of Florida. My focus since graduation was singular; be the voice for those who didn’t feel they had one. I represented injury cases for women and children through my firm, the Women’s Trial Group. I then stood up to racial injustices in Orlando and Central Florida, winning cases and changing policy in the Orlando Police Department and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.

In 2012, I became co-counsel with Attorney Ben Crump in the Trayvon Martin case and continued to work alongside him on the Breonna Taylor case, Andre Hill, and several more. The movement built to right the wrongs of this country’s past has inspired me beyond measure. I have seen the world come together and demand the promise America made to my mother and her mother before her be kept; freedom and equality for all. Together, we can make that promise true. We can end healthcare being out of reach for Americans or an expense that we fear; we can make it possible to raise a family and afford a safe home for our kids. We can end feeling like the government isn’t working for us anymore. We can make a difference and put power back in the hands of the people who built this country. Join me, and together, we can make good on America’s promise to us. The movement built to right the wrongs of this country’s past has inspired me beyond measure. I have seen the world come together and demand the promise America made to my mother and her mother before her be kept; freedom and equality for all. Together, we can make that promise true. We can end healthcare being out of reach for Americans or an expense that we fear; we can make it possible to raise a family and afford a safe home for our kids. We can end feeling like the government isn’t working for us anymore. We can make a difference and put power back in the hands of the people who built this country. Join me, and together, we can make good on America’s promise to us.


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