D | FL-16

Margaret Good


Dedicated to putting the Suncoast first

Margaret Good was instilled with the value of service from a young age, raised by a nurse and an Episcopal priest. Her uncle fought and died in Vietnam, and her great grandfather and grandfather fought in World Wars I and II. After college, Margaret went to work at United Way where she helped families achieve financial stability, access to healthcare, and early childhood education programs. She later attended law school and served as an attorney before running for the Florida State House of Representatives.

Margaret will fight to end corruption in Washington

In the State House, Margaret has seen first-hand the corrosive influence of corporate special interests on public policy making. After the school shooting in Parkland, FL, Good proposed a background checks amendment to a public safety bill that was voted down by Republican politicians in the pocket of the NRA. Margaret is not accepting corporate PAC money in her campaign because she recognizes that big money has stood in the way of action on gun safety, health care, prescription drug costs, and climate change.

A strong record of winning in tough races

Florida’s 16th congressional district, represented by Vern Buchanan, is a top target for Democrats in 2020. In 2018, Good flipped a state house district by beating Buchanan’s son, and she now represents the reddest state legislative district held by a Democrat in Florida. Good will hold Buchanan accountable for his ties to corporate interests, health care, and the oil & gas industry. End Citizens United is proud to endorse her campaign.

Reformer at Risk?

No Corporate PAC?