Washington,D.C. — Maggie’s List, a federal political action committee (PAC) dedicated to electing fiscally conservative women to federal office, is proud to announce the endorsement of Vennia Francois for Florida’s 10th CongressionalDistrict.
Vennia Francois was born and raised inOrlando, Florida. One of nine children, she is a first generation American. Vennia’s parents immigrated to the United States from the Bahamas in 1971 with little more than an unshakeable faith in the promise of America and a determination to work hard. They earned their way into the middle class working multiple jobs, and eventually became small business owners.
"I’m honored to be in the company of the outstanding women Maggie’s List has endorsed in 2020. Their support and partnership help tremendously in our efforts to give the voters of Florida’s 10th district a clear choice and a viable opportunity to have responsive leadership inCongress. Maggie’s List makes a crucial difference by elevating principled women who believe in putting people over politics and pursuing common sense policies to keep our nation strong. I’m thrilled to lock arms with their leadership and my fellow candidates, and I’m grateful for their support,” states Vienna Francois, candidate endorsed by Maggie’s List.
Because of her deep love for this country and the opportunities it has afforded her and her family, Vennia has felt the pull of public service her entire life. Vennia is an ardent believer in the AmericanDream because she and her family have lived it. She is running for Congress to implement positive change in Washington – not just legislative change, but a change in the culture of Washington politics.
“Maggie’s List is thrilled to endorse Vennia Francois for Florida’s 10th district. Vennia knows first-hand the issues that directly impact the district she is running for in the Sunshine State,” states Maggie’s List Florida State Chair Carole JeanJordan. “As a congresswoman, Vennia will uphold the Maggie’s List values of fiscal conservatism, strong national security, more personal responsibility and less government while ensuring the10th district voices are heard.”