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“I’ve Been Preparing For This Moment,” says Rubin Young
Right now, his name isn’t a household name, nor does he have a major footprint on social media, but Rubin Young tells “After Dark With Rob And Andrew” he hopes to change that between now and the 2022 election. Young said, “I’ve been preparing for this moment” to run for office. He is a candidate for Florida’s 23rd Congressional District running against Democrat Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
Although he voted for former President Trump in 2016 and 2020, Young hasn’t always been a Republican. Like many Black Americans, he said he voted Democrat because his entire family had voted that way for years. He broke that cycle when he stopped and accepted that Democrats “hadn’t done much of anything for the black community.” The military veteran said he has always known this fact, but it wasn’t until Trump ran in 2016 and shared his vision for America that aligned with his belief system and that he decided to make the change. Young said he would work hard to get other blacks to “walk away from the Democrat Party with its’ socialist ideas.”
Rubin Young is a United States Army veteran. He is a native of Florida and formerly worked for the State of Florida, serving as a District Legislative Assistant II managing a large district on behalf of State Representative James Bush III, District 109. As an aide, Young used his paralegal skills to help draft legislation that led to bipartisan support on behalf of this district. He played a critical role in helping Rep. Bush navigate important appropriation bills through the various Republican lead committees during the 2019 and 2020 legislative sessions. In 1981, Young also served on the Presidential inauguration committee of newly elected President Ronald Reagan. In 1988, Young joined Florida State’s “Guardian Ad Litem Program,” where he served two years representing abused and neglected children. He worked with both judges and attorneys to ensure that children’s rights were well represented and protected in the Family Court System. In 1990 and 2016, he became the first Black American to run in a countywide nonpartisan election for Miami Dade County Clerk of the Circuits and County Courts and County Clerk. He founded “Blacks Organizing Leadership Development (B.O.L.D)” to expose blacks to leadership and community service.
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