Florida State Sen. Bracy talks run for US House District 10

Catching up with competitive Congressional campaign

With Florida’s primary election less than two months away, candidates are ramping up their campaigns. One of the most competitive contests is the Democratic primary for U.S. House District 10 — a seat Congresswoman Val Demings held for three terms before she filed to run for U.S. Senate against Marco Rubio. State Sen. Randolph Bracy, one of 10 Democratic candidates looking to replace Demings, joined anchor Justin Warmoth on “The Weekly” to break down his campaign.

ORLANDO, Fla. – With Florida’s primary election less than two months away, candidates are ramping up their campaigns.

One of the most competitive contests is the Democratic primary for U.S. House District 10 — a seat Congresswoman Val Demings held for three terms before she filed to run for U.S. Senate against Marco Rubio.

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State Sen. Randolph Bracy, one of 10 Democratic candidates looking to replace Demings, joined anchor Justin Warmoth on “The Weekly” to break down his campaign.

“I’ve got the experience and the know-how to get things done,” Bracy said. “I passed more legislation than any Democrat, during my five-year tenure between 2016 and 2021, in the entire state. I brought more money home than any other Democrat for this region. I’m there to get things done, I have the record to prove it, and I’ll do it in Washington.”

The interview was recorded before the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

“I am highly disappointed and disturbed by the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision, which eliminates a fundamental right for women and upends the scales of justice,” Bracy said in a statement after the ruling. “The interference of politics with the personal decision a woman makes with her doctor is unacceptable, unfair, and unjust.”

Florida’s primary election is Aug. 23.

Watch the full interview in the video player above.


About the Author:

Justin Warmoth joined News 6 in February 2013 as our Brevard County reporter. In March of 2016, after anchoring the weekend mornings since August of 2015, Justin was promoted to weekday morning anchor. You can catch him Monday through Friday mornings from 5-7 a.m. and at noon.