When I was a little girl a teacher sent me home with a note telling my mother that I misbehaved in class.
My Mom wanted the full story. I told her this little boy in my class kept tripping and shoving me to make me fall down. My mother told me to not ever let anyone bully me.
|Me and My Mom|
This dirty trick would prevent me from representing so many of the Florida communities I love. Before I took office no African-American in Florida had never been elected to Congress.
My Mom continues to urge me to fight back. I continue to follow her advice. I have taken the re-districting case to court and a hearing is set for March 25th (Good Friday, please pray for me!) at the federal court in Tallahassee. Time is short, this court battle will cost more than $100,000 and my funds very are limited.
I’m grateful if you can contribute from $25 up to the legal limit of $2,600, to the Friends of Corrine Brown.
Making a contribution is easy. You can send it online by clicking here. Or you can send a personal check to Friends of Corrine Brown at P.O. Box 40087, Jacksonville, FL 32203.
I really need your assistance RIGHT NOW!
In addition to your prayers, and contributions, it would be wonderful if you can attend the re-districting court hearing in the U.S. Federal Courthouse, Courtroom 5 East, 111 N. Adams St., Tallahassee. Please be in the courtroom no later than 8:50 a.m.
Together, we can fight and overcome the bullies.
Paid for and authorized by the Friends of Corrine Brown (D), Gloria Simmons, Treasurer