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Join Florida Congressman Ted Deutch and Bal Harbour, FL Mayor Gabriel Groisman a bi-partisan discussion on the importance of voting for college students. We will be exploring the link between Jewish values and civic engagement.
This session is hosted by the University of Florida Hillel, Florida State University Hillel, University of Miami Hillel, Florida International University Hillel, Stetson University Hillel, Broward & Palm Beach Hillel, UCF Hillel, Rollins Hillel, Suncoast Hillel, and Gulfcoast Hillel.
Congressman Ted Deutch represents Florida’s 22nd district, home to communities in Broward County and southeastern Palm Beach County in sunny South Florida. Now serving his sixth term in the 116th Congress, he is the Chairman of the House Ethics Committee and a senior member of the House Judiciary Committee and the House Foreign Affairs Committee, where he serves as the Chairman of the Middle East, North Africa, and International Terrorism Subcommittee. Ted’s priorities in the 116th Congress include promoting economic opportunity in South Florida, reducing the influence of big money in our elections, gun violence prevention, fighting for full equality for all, and advancing the security interests of the United States, Israel, and our allies.
Mayor Gabriel Groisman has been serving his community since November 2014, first being elected as a Councilman, and then in November 2016 was elected as the Mayor of Bal Harbour, Florida. He wrote and passed the nation’s first municipal anti-BDS ordinance in December 2015 and was the first in the nation to codify a uniform definition of anti-Semitism in December 2017. Groisman’s subsequent dealings with a local church who had previously boycotted and divested from Israel is the first documented success story of anti-BDS legislation.