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The Most Well-Rounded Congressional Candidate Ever, Who Can Walk, Talk and Chew Gum at the Same Time



Have you ever met a candidate running for Congress who can talk in front of a camera using a teleprompter, but in face-to-face settings, leaves a lot to be desired?


Have you ever met a candidate who is rarely seen in public (hotel conference rooms, excluded) and but claims, on social media, he or she is the right person to represent the District in Congress?


Have you ever met a candidate who looks the part (apparel, hair and lifestyle) but cannot clearly state his or her political platform to serve the best interests of their voting constituents?


I have seen these Congressional candidate situations more times than I want to.


But I can tell South Florida residents one thing: none of the above describe Rubin Young, District 23 Republican Congressional candidate running against Debbie Wasserman Schultz.


Rubin Young is the Congressional candidate who has spent most of his adult life preparing to run for the District 23 Congressional seat.


On- or off-camera, Rubin communicates his knowledge of laws, statutes and the U.S. Constitution to confidently and boldly take positions aligned with Americans right to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.


Whether Rubin is speaking with the Kings Point Republican Club in Tamarac Florida as an invited guest, or he is having impromptu conversations with voters while out and about, Rubin is always ready to share his America First platform as the next District 23 Congressman.


Readers may wonder why is it so difficult for Congressional candidates to prepare themselves to solidly represent their voter constituents? There are several reasons:


  1. Running for office is often considered a casual event where some candidates feel they should entertain themselves while on the campaign trail.

  2. Many candidates have not experienced nor overcome life-changing events where they have been battle-tested.

  3. Some candidates lack knowledge of how government works.

  4. Candidates should not be afraid to hear their voter constituents' concerns.


In these current times where there is no time for on-the-job training, South Florida needs congressional representation where candidates take on challenges, head-on, instead of running away from challenges.


Rubin is the most qualified, best-suited candidate to be the voice of South Florida's District 23 community.


Please help Rubin Young help you, South Florida residents.


Rubin is closing in on receiving the required number of petitions to be on the November 2022 ballot. Rubin will gladly accept generous donations to spread the message to replace Debbie Wasserman Schultz with Rubin Young as the District 23 Congressman.


Rick Nappier

Fundraising Director

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