It was eight years ago that the Board of County
Commissioners voted unanimously to place the Pets’ Trust Initiative on the
ballot. Friday night, we celebrate that
moment with the movie that tells the story of the Pets’ Trust and the
politicians that defied the Will of the People .
Entitled, “Political Animals: The Story of the Pets’
Trust” , we invite you to join us in a Community viewing of the movie that
continues to remind us why we need new commissioners and a mayor that will
listen to the voice of the people .
The founder of the Pets’ Trust, Michael Rosenberg, is now a Candidate for Miami-Dade County Commissioner in District Seven (7 ) .
We hope you will watch and understand why this 2020 Election is so important. We need people in office with compassion, conviction and the desire to always honor the Will of the People of Miami-Dade County.
Click on the ticket below at 8:00 pm, Friday night, July 17, 2020, and enjoy the movie.
“Unfortunately” is a word used too often these days due to the coronavirus pandemic. “Unfortunately” the NBA season is cancelled, Broadway is cancelled. Cruise ships are cancelled….the list is endless. And, unfortunately for Page2020, the May 23rd Pet and Family Expo has been cancelled.
However, there is a silver lining in these bleak days and we thank all of the sponsors that were going to attend the Expo that continue to show their support for the efforts of Page2020. Below is a list of sponsors that had committed at this point to attend. We encourage you to visit their websites and use their services. All of them are committed as are we, to living up to the mission of Page2020.
One day soon this virus will pass and the world will return to normal. That means, elections will be happening very quickly after this return to “real life” and the need to elect candidates that will have the high standards that we aspire to. Meaning…..they are in it for YOU….not themselves. Please continue to watch for future updates, and feel free to donate to Page2020 to help us get the right people elected this fall!
With only five months remaining before our crucial August 18th election and considering the daily restrictions being caused by the COVID-19 crisis it is important that you 1) are Registered to Vote and 2) signed up for a Mail-In ballot.
If you’re not yet registered to vote, click here to register online.
After you’re registered, click here to request a Mail-In ballot. With a mail-in ballot you can vote from the comfort of your home regardless of any possible future restrictions.
This opportunity to turn the page to a new chapter in our county’s history is unprecedented—please don’t miss your ability to vote on August 18th.
On June 28, 2019 Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed into law CS/SB 7066 which changed all Florida primary election dates to be 11 weeks before their corresponding general election (previously it was ten weeks). So this means our next primary election—our opportunity to Turn the PAGE in 2020—has changed from August 25, 2020 to August 18, 2020.
Five incumbent Commissioners in Districts 1, 3, 7, 9 and 13 will be forced out because of NEW TERM LIMITS. Commissioners Higgins and Martinez in Districts 5 and 11 may run for re-election. The District 8 seat will also be on the ballot since Commissioner Levine-Cava must resign so she can run for Mayor.
PAGE2020 is seeking to find a good person living in each of these eight Districts 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11 and 13 who will pledge to support our ideals and earn our endorsement.