Margaret began her career at United Way, where she helped families achieve financial stability and access healthcare and early childhood education. She then worked at the Florida Agricultural Center and Horse Pork, a development project that linked commercial, environmental, and agricultural interests. Margaret then went to law school and worked as an attorney at Matthews Eastmoore. In this position, she worked with individuals, businesses, and government entities to protect the rights of her community members. She is also a leader in the nonprofit community. Margaret is currently a member of the Florida House of Representatives. She won a special election in 2018, and won re-election later that year.
On healthcare . . .
Margaret has worked to reduce healthcare costs for Florida’s working families.
On the environment
Margaret will protect Florida’s fragile environment. She recognizes the important role that our environment plays in our economy. She is endorsed by the League of Conservation of Voters.
Plans for Economy
Margaret has firsthand experience creating jobs. Her work at the Florida Agricultural Center and Horse Park was a vital economic development.
Margaret is fighting to invest in our public education and university systems and expand access to early childhood education.