Frost would be the first Gen-Z candidate elected to Congress
Washington, D.C. – Latino Victory Fund congratulated Maxwell Alejandro Frost for winning the Democratic primary in the race for Florida’s 10th Congressional District. If elected, Frost would be the first Gen-Z candidate in Congress.
Statement on Maxwell Frost from Nathalie Rayes, Latino Victory Fund president and CEO:
“Maxwell is a dedicated leader who will bring energy to fight for his district in Washington and won’t back down on fighting for progressive, bold policies that matter to his voters. He’s a proven and experienced leader prepared to go to Congress to advocate for affordable health care access, gun violence prevention reform, and climate change action. Maxwell has what it takes to win, get things done in Washington and become a transformative leader who inspires a new generation to run for office and vote. Latino Victory congratulates Maxwell for his well-deserved win, and we’re proud to continue supporting him to ensure he makes it across the finish line in November.”
Latino Victory Fund also released a five-figure independent expenditure in Spanish-language radio to highlight Frost’s priority issues in Congress, including gun violence prevention reform and reproductive rights. You can listen to the ad—here.
Latino Victory Fund also congratulated its slate of down-ballot candidates for advancing to the November election, including Janet Cruz, candidate for SD-14; Eunic Ortiz, candidate for SD-18; Janelle Perez, candidate for SD-38; and Carlos Guillermo Smith, candidate for HD-37.
The Latino Victory Fund is a progressive political action committee with the mission of growing Latino political power by increasing Latino representation at every level of government – from the school board to the Senate to the White House.