September 30, 2020

Hicks takes on Byrd in Florida’s 11th District

By Julia Roberts on Tuesday, September 29, 2020 Fernandina Beach News-Leader Joshua Hicks has been in politics since he was a teenager, running for the Tallahassee City Commission when he was 18 and losing to Andrew Gillum, who would become that city’s mayor as well as a candidate for governor of Florida. Now Hicks is running for Florida House of Representatives, District …

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September 25, 2020

President Barack Obama Endorses Joshua Hicks

Exciting news on this beautiful Friday: President Barack Obama just endorsed us! President Obama inspired all of us to be the change we seek, and I’m incredibly honored that he believes in our campaign to place community and families first again in District 11. Our campaign has ALL the momentum! We were endorsed by Commissioner Nikki Fried. We’re reaching out …

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September 18, 2020

Commissioner Nikki Fried Endorses Joshua Hicks for Florida House, District 11

JACKSONVILLE, FL – Florida Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services Nikki Fried has endorsed Joshua Hicks in his race for the Florida House of Representatives in District 11, which covers all of Nassau County and the Beaches area of Duval County. Since entering the race in May 2020, Hicks has picked up major organizational endorsements, built momentum, and steadily chipped …

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September 15, 2020

Cord Byrd Hides from the People, Refuses to Participate in District 11 Community Forum

Joshua Hicks Accepts Forum Invitation from Atlantic Beach Preservation and the Jacksonville League of Women Voters  JACKSONVILLE, FL – Atlantic Beach Preservation and the Jacksonville League of Women Voters – both of which are nonpartisan organizations – have invited Joshua Hicks and State Representative Cord Byrd to participate in a community forum for candidates in the race for Florida House, …

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September 11, 2020

Joshua Hicks narrows cash gap between Cord Byrd in HD 11 challenge

The Democrat is playing in a majority GOP district. By A.G. Gancarski, Florida Politics While the likelihood of a district containing deep-red Nassau County going Democratic in a down-ballot race is remote, a candidate nonetheless is making a concerted fundraising push. Joshua Hicks, running in House District 11, has spent much of the summer chipping away at the sizable resource …

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September 9, 2020

Joshua Hicks raises $17,594 over last filing period. $68,012 total raised.

Total Raised Increases to $68,012 with $49,523 Cash on Hand JACKSONVILLE, FL – Joshua Hicks raised $17,594.47 from August 22 – September 4, continuing his competitive challenge to State Representative Cord Byrd. The Hicks campaign received 178 donations during this time. To date, the campaign has raised $68,011.98 from 1,021 donations with $49,523.03 cash on hand. There is a stark …

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July 27, 2020

Honk for virtual school: Day of Action rally asks Duval County to revise back-to-school plan

By Emily Block, Florida Times-Union Public education stakeholders organized a drive-in rally Monday afternoon, asking Duval County Public Schools to revise its back-to-school plan and keep all instruction virtual until COVID-19 cases decrease to zero. Dressed in a blue blazer and matching skirt, strings of pearls and a shaggy wig shaped into a bob haircut, Bradley Fisher stepped out of …

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June 25, 2020

Joshua Hicks Receives LGBTQ Victory Fund and North Florida Central Labor Council, Florida AFL-CIO Endorsement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 25, 2020 Organizations endorse Hicks because he will be a strong voice for equality and working people when elected JACKSONVILLE, FL – LGBTQ Victory Fund and the North Florida Central Labor Council AFL-CIO have endorsed Joshua Hicks for the Florida House of Representatives, District 11. LGBTQ Victory Fund is the only national organization dedicated to electing …

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June 15, 2020

Meet Joshua Hicks, a Democrat running for House District 11

Hicks said Tallahassee is sorely missing leadership. By Jason Delgado, Florida Politics Nearly 250 candidates are vying for state House and state Senate seats in 2020. Try as we will, Florida Politics can’t interview all of them. Just like in 2016 and 2018, we’re again asking every candidate to complete a questionnaire we believe offers an interesting, albeit, thumbnail sketch …

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