Jeanette Núñez, born of Cuban parents, will be the first vice-governor of Florida in Latina

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He dedicates his triumph to the community and will work to give young people more opportunities

Jeanette Núñez, the first Latin vice-governor of Florida (CUBALLAMA)

In the recent election process in the United States, the Republican Jeanette Núñez was elected as Florida's first vice-governor. She was born and raised in Miami by Cuban parents.

The forty-seven year degree in Political Science and International Relations feels very proud and dedicates these elections to her family and to the community that has trusted her and her project in economic matters, which seeks low taxes, more jobs, businesses and opportunities. for university graduates.

From the bottom of my heart, I would like to thank every person who volunteered, contributed and prayed for Ron and me. I am so grateful to God for his ever present help. This victory is for him!

Posted by Rep. Jeanette M. Nuñez (R) Tuesday 6 November 2018

It is worth mentioning that the graduate of the International University of Florida and a master's degree in public administration has promoted an initiative for undocumented students to access university tuition rates in the state.

Jeanette Núñez has also shown that she does not share commercial promotion with Cuba and supports the ideas of Ron DeSantis, a Republican supported by President Donald Trump and who defeated the Democrat Andrew Gillum in the election of the governor.

"I think Ron has demonstrated his commitment to ensuring that we, as a state, will not do business with Cuba. We will not do business with companies doing business with Cuba," said the future vice-governor who currently works as Speaker Pro Tempore of the House of Representatives.

Do not forget that in the election two years ago he supported Senator Marco Rubio in the Republican Party presidential primaries and, according to the newspaper Sun-Sentinel, in a publication on Twitter he said that the current president "is the biggest scammer existing ", but later deleted the comment.

With information from Ciber Cuba

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