Note: John isn’t only running to represent the district in the state legislature. He lives here, loves it, and is a proud, lifelong resident of South Florida.
Children are our future, and quality education is the foundation on which that future should be built.
I grew up in South Florida dreaming of going to college and helping people through education, so the belief in those truths is deeply embedded in me. So much so, I worked three jobs to get my Bachelors Degree and then teaching certification. Now, I’m a third grade public school teacher and resident here in District 100, where I’m running for State Representative.
I believe that being an accountable leader is important when seeking elected office. Too many candidates make wonderful promises and once they’re elected they become disengaged with the issues that matter in our community.
The issues that District 100 is facing are too serious to be left ignored. We have a high unemployment rate, a broken education system, and wonderful Jewish and Hispanic communities that deserve a stronger voice. We must invest in our small businesses in order to create jobs, however we must also invest in K-12 and higher education in order to secure the future of the middle class in House District 100. We must do more.
With the encouragement of the community and many of its leaders thirsty for honest and hard-working politicians, I have decided to run for State Representative of House District 100.
I am running to represent House District 100 because I believe that we can do better for our community. I am committed to being the most transparent candidate in this race, and I bring forth my qualities of dependability, accountability, and bold leadership for our district and our state.
I ask you to join me on this beautiful journey that so many wonderful staff members, volunteers, and elected officials have already signed onto. I would be honored to share with you what my vision for District 100 is and what I truly believe in. Please join me in this endeavor.
Not only will this campaign be a historical win for Broward and Miami-Dade counties, but it will be a historical win for equality, for women, for students, for the elderly, for the most vulnerable people in our society, and for anyone who has ever felt abandoned or disenfranchised when their candidate gets elected and then becomes disengaged from the realities of our community.
Let’s win this!
Warmest and Most Sincere Regards,
John Paul Alvarez