Born in Cuba in 1954, Gimenez immigrated to the United States with his family following the Cuban Revolution in 1960. His family settled in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood and Gimenez has been a Miami-Dade resident ever since. Mayor Gimenez has dedicated his life to his community and the people of Miami-Dade County as a firefighter, an administrator and as an elected public servant.
for South Florida
Carlos has spent the last nine years fighting to lower taxes, balance the budget, protect the environment and more. Now, he’s building on this record as a candidate for Congress. In order to better serve South Florida, Carlos wants to hear directly from you. Tell him what matters to you and how you want to see him advocate for you on Day One in Congress!Take The Survey
Check out the latest updates from the campaign:
As COVID-19 still affects our day-to-day lives, I want to ensure that everyone who needs access to a food distribution center has one. Please check out this list of local resources for you and your family. #FL26 https://t.co/985m1WYZr4— Carlos Gimenez for Congress (@CarlosGimenezFL) July 3, 2020
Has your small business been affected by COVID-19? Share your story at the link below and let the community help get your business back on track. #Smallbusinesses are the backbone of our #economy and we must work to protect them. #FL26https://t.co/Iepfq1PrZH— Carlos Gimenez for Congress (@CarlosGimenezFL) July 1, 2020
Unfortunately, we are seeing a spike in COVID-19 cases. We are working to ensure that everyone is following safe social distancing, as well as handing out masks & hand sanitizer to anyone in need. I urge you to stay home & self-quarantine if you are exhibiting any symptoms. #FL26 pic.twitter.com/uuXa7XgeRP— Carlos Gimenez for Congress (@CarlosGimenezFL) June 27, 2020
It’s time for Congress to get back to serving the American people. This campaign is about YOU. I want to know, what are the most pressing issues facing South Florida right now that my campaign should focus on? Let us know: https://t.co/8Up3IadV4T— Carlos Gimenez for Congress (@CarlosGimenezFL) June 26, 2020
One easy step you can take to combat the spread of COVID-19 is to wash your hands more frequently than you normally would. Check out these easy, helpful tips to keep you healthy. #FL26 #InItTogether pic.twitter.com/hs803MkEvg— Carlos Gimenez for Congress (@CarlosGimenezFL) June 26, 2020
🚨 URGENT REMINDER! 🚨— SBA (@SBAgov) June 25, 2020
The deadline for SBA to approve #PaycheckProtectionProgram loan applications is Tuesday, June 30.
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