As the mayor of one of the largest and most progressive cities in the country, who was re-elected three times, Mike Bloomberg has a strong record of supporting Democrats and Democratic causes across the country.
The world is currently facing a climate change crisis. President Donald Trump has done everything in his power to destroy America’s global leadership on climate change, degraded the role of science in federal decision-making, and allowed energy companies and corporations to pollute, putting the health of Americans, particularly vulnerable populations, at risk. Mike is the only candidate with the record and experience to address this problem.
There are nearly 28 million people without health care coverage in the United States, most of whom cannot afford existing coverage options. Under President Trump, the number of uninsured has risen for the first time in a decade and drug prices have gone up.
Mike Bloomberg has apologized for not fully understanding the full impact the NYPD’s practice of stop and frisk was having on Black and Latino communities. The mark of a leader is admitting mistakes and apologizing.
Retired San Antonio Spurs player, Wake Forest University alumni, and Virgin Islands native Tim Duncan today announced his support for Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg in a new TV ad that highlights Bloomberg’s work in the U.S. Virgin Islands after two deadly Category 5 hurricanes hit in 2017.
In his first appearance on the debate stage tonight, Mike will make the case for why he’s the best candidate to defeat Donald Trump and unite the country. That said, Bernie Sanders appears poised to leave Super Tuesday, March 3, with an enormous lead.